English Thesaurus

Synonyms of 'transport'

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in the sense of bring
Definition
to carry, convey, or take (something or someone) to a designated place or person
My father brought home a book for me.
in the sense of captivate
Definition
to attract and hold the attention of
I was captivated by her sparkling personality.
in the sense of carriage
Definition
the charge made for conveying goods
It costs £10.86 for one litre, including carriage.
Synonyms
transportation,
conveying,
carrying
in the sense of carry
Definition
to take from one place to another
He carried the plate through to the dining room.
Synonyms
tote (informal),
hump (British, slang),
in the sense of conduct
Definition
to transmit (heat or electricity)
Water conducts heat faster than air.
Synonyms
in the sense of conveyance
Definition
a vehicle
He had never travelled in such a strange conveyance before.
in the sense of delight
Definition
to please greatly
The report has delighted environmentalists.
Synonyms
give pleasure to,
tickle pink (informal)
in the sense of delight
Definition
extreme pleasure
To my delight, the plan worked perfectly.
in the sense of deliver
Definition
to carry (goods or mail) to a destination
The pizza will be delivered in 20 minutes.
in the sense of delivery
Definition
the act of delivering goods or mail
the delivery of goods and resources
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