Definition of retransport in English:

retransport

Pronunciation /ˌriːtranˈspɔːt/ /ˌriːtrɑːnˈspɔːt/

verb

  • To transport to a new destination; to transport again or back; specifically to move (a convict) to a different (typically more severe) penal settlement, especially in Australia (now historical).

Origin

Early 17th century; earliest use found in Gerard de Malynes (fl. 1585–1641), merchant and writer on economics. From re- + transport.