Synonyms of 'transit'
the moving or carrying of goods or people from one place to anotherThey halted transit of EU livestock.
the movement of people, goods and services across borders
the striker's transfer to a leading Italian club
Safety rules had been breached during transport of radioactive fuel.
the passage of troops through the country
He collects things for the house on his travels.
the laws governing light, sound and motion
carriage, , ,
It costs £10.86 for one litre, including carriage.
the conveyance of bicycles on local trains
They have been allowed back into Kuwait by transiting through Baghdad.
See in transit
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in the sense of alteration
a change or modificationMaking some simple alterations to your diet will make you feel fitter.
in the sense of carriage
the charge made for conveying goodsIt costs £10.86 for one litre, including carriage.
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