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Synonyms of 'transport'

Additional synonyms

in the sense of freight
Definition
commercial transport of goods
France derives 16% of revenue from air freight.
Synonyms
transportation,
shipment,
haulage,
in the sense of happiness
I think she was looking for happiness.
in the sense of haul
Definition
to transport, such as in a lorry
A crane hauled the car out of the stream.
Synonyms
tow,
tug,
hump (British, slang),
in the sense of heaven
Definition
a place or state of happiness
My idea of heaven is hiking with friends on a sunny day.
in the sense of move
Definition
to change the time when something is scheduled to happen
She moved the sheaf of papers into position.
in the sense of paroxysm
Definition
a fit or convulsion
She was overcome by a paroxysm of grief.
Synonyms
fit,
flare-up (informal),
in the sense of passion
Sam flew into a passion at the suggestion.He killed the woman in a fit of passion.
in the sense of rapture
Definition
extreme happiness or delight
His speech was received with rapture by his supporters.
Synonyms
joy,
rhapsody,
cloud nine (informal),
delectation (formal),
ravishment
in the sense of ravish
Definition
to enrapture or delight
an eerie power to ravish the eye and seduce the soul
Synonyms
enrapture,
spellbind,
overjoy
in the sense of remove
Definition
to change the location of one's home or place of business
They removed to America.
Synonyms
move away,
flit (Scottish, Northern England, dialect)

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