Synonyms of transport
1 conveyDictionary • There's no petrol so it's difficult to transport goods.
convey • They borrowed our boats to convey themselves across the river.
take • I'll take these papers home and read them.
run • Can you run me to work?
move • She moved the sheaf of papers into position.
bring • My father brought home a book for me.
send • The space probe Voyager sent back pictures of Triton.
carry • He carried the plate through to the dining room.
bear • a surveyor and his assistant bearing a torch
remove • They removed to America.
ship • Food is being shipped to drought-stricken countries.
transfer • The person can be transferred from wheelchair to seat with relative ease.
deliver • The pizza will be delivered in 20 minutes.
conduct • Water conducts heat faster than air.
shift • We shifted the vans and used the area for skateboarding.
ferry • They ferried in more soldiers to help with the search.
haul • A crane hauled the car out of the stream.
fetch • She fetched a towel from the bathroom.
2 enraptureDictionary • I have never seen any man so completely transported by excitement.
delight • The report has delighted environmentalists.
entrance • She entranced the audience with her classical Indian singing.
enchant • This book will enchant readers.
captivate • I was captivated by her sparkling personality.
ravish • an eerie power to ravish the eye and seduce the soul
1 vehicleDictionary • Have you got your own transport?
vehicle • a vehicle which was somewhere between a tractor and a truck
conveyance (old-fashioned) • He had never travelled in such a strange conveyance before.
2 transferenceDictionary • Safety rules had been breached during transport of radioactive fuel.
delivery • the delivery of goods and resources
distribution • He admitted there had been problems with distribution.
carriage • It costs £10.86 for one litre, including carriage.
freight • France derives 16% of revenue from air freight.
3 ecstasyDictionary • transports of joy often plural
ecstasy • the agony and ecstasy of holiday romance
delight • To my delight, the plan worked perfectly.
heaven (informal) • My idea of heaven is drinking champagne with friends on a sunny day.
happiness • I think she was looking for happiness.
bliss • It was a scene of such domestic bliss.
euphoria • There was euphoria when the election result was announced.
rapture • His speech was received with rapture by his supporters.
enchantment • The campsite had its own peculiar enchantment.
cloud nine (informal)
, dumps (informal)
4 frenzyDictionary • in a great transport of rage
frenzy • Something like a frenzy enveloped them.
fit • Once a fit has started there's nothing you can do to stop it.
passion • Sam flew into a passion at the suggestion.
fervour • an outbreak of religious fervour
paroxysm • She was overcome by a paroxysm of grief.
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• He was banished from England.
• a surveyor and his assistant bearing a torch
hump (British, slang),
hump (British, slang),
blissBliss is a state of complete happiness.
• It was a scene of such domestic bliss.
Thesaurus for transport from the Collins English Thesaurus
to carry or cause to go from one place to another, esp over some distance