英 [trænspɔː'teɪʃ(ə)n; trɑːns-]
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- transportation (n.)
- 1530s, "act of transporting," noun of action from transport (v.). Middle English used verbal noun transporting (early 15c.). In the sense of "means of conveyance" it is first recorded 1853.
- 1. Normally, the transportation system in Paris carries 950,000 passengers a day.
- 2. The baggage was being rapidly stowed away for transportation.
- 3. Oxfam may also help with the transportation of refugees.
- 4. Campuses are usually accessible by public transportation.
- 5. The company will provide transportation.
[ transportation 造句 ]