English to Welsh Meaning of shipping - llongau


Shipping :
llongau
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Definitions of shipping in English
Noun(1) the commercial enterprise of moving goods and materials(2) conveyance provided by the ships belonging to one country or industry
Verb(1) transport commercially(2) hire for work on a ship(3) go on board(4) travel by ship(5) place on board a ship
Examples of shipping in English
(1) The shipping and tax module fulfils almost all the major requirements.(2) High-profile brand offerings combined with quick shipping of the actual samples makes this site one to watch.(3) The price of the garden is $129.95, plus shipping and handling of $19.95 and sales tax, if applicable.(4) Since then, the company has diversified its interests, which include shipping and property.(5) It is in full view of most of the town of Dover, and has uninterrupted views of shipping in the Straits of Dover.(6) the shipping of his works abroad(7) Merchant marine Britain's dependence on merchant shipping was an economic fact which total war heavily underlined.(8) Direct shipping from western ports would avoid possible contamination and cut transport charges.(9) In 1940, the U-boats started to take a real toll against merchant shipping .(10) Lack of security for low-flying aircraft complicates shipping and transportation too.(11) The bill establishes a maritime security framework that is vital to the security of our ports and maritime shipping .(12) These fees typically cover shipping and handling of materials, assignments and examinations costs.(13) The Germans could use the base to attack British shipping in the area and disrupt the British use of the Suez.(14) The cost of that program is about $160.00 including shipping and handling.(15) statues were available at $20 plus $4 for shipping and handling(16) This is because when I told my t-shirt guy how much I was charging for each shirt, including shipping , he was aghast.
Related Phrases of shipping
(1) ship ::
llong
(2) shipping company ::
cwmni llongau
(3) shipping costs ::
costau llongau
(4) shipping charges ::
taliadau llongau
(5) shipping advice ::
cyngor llongau
(6) shipping documents ::
dogfennau llongau
(7) shipping agent ::
asiant llongau
(8) shipping charge ::
tâl llongau
(9) shipping line ::
llinell llongau
(10) shipping document ::
dogfen llongau
(11) shipping order ::
gorchymyn llongau
Synonyms
Noun
1. merchant marine ::
masnachwr morol
Word Example from TV Shows
Even with shipping,
it works out to less than $4 a pound.

Even with SHIPPING, it works out to less than $4 a pound.

The Big Bang Theory Season 1, Episode 14

...that will guide you through packing
and shipping my possessions...

...that will guide you through packing and SHIPPING my possessions...

The Big Bang Theory Season 3, Episode 13

Shipping internationally
seems like courting disaster.

Shipping internationally seems like courting disaster.

Breaking Bad Season 5, Episode 8

And not the good Amazon
with one-day shipping.

And not the good Amazon with one-day SHIPPING.

The Big Bang Theory Season 7, Episode 24

I'll print out the shipping label.

I'll print out the SHIPPING label.

The Big Bang Theory Season 2, Episode 18

English to Welsh Dictionary: shipping

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