Meaning of exportation in English:


Pronunciation /ˌɛkspɔːˈteɪʃn/

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‘In practice, all international money transfers, except the very limited importation and exportation of currency notes, are effected through banking channels.’
  • ‘He calls the episode ‘perhaps the most tragic example of the exportation of conflict.’’
  • ‘Never before have we seen the outsourcing, the exportation of high-value jobs at the rate that we have seen it over the course of the past three years.’
  • ‘Since the 1960s, the economy, which previously had been based on large-scale agricultural exportation, has seen considerable diversification.’
  • ‘Whenever the domestic butter price drops below $1.30, it provides an incentive bonus for the exportation of butter products.’