Ship

Ship
Ship Ship [ʆɪp] noun
PROPERTY ORGANIZATIONS Safe Home Income Plans association; an official organization in Britain that represents and controls companies who provide Hip S:

• the Ship code of practice

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ship UK US /ʃɪp/ verb
[T] TRANSPORT, COMMERCE to send or transport something by sea: ship sth to sb/sth »

The vessel was used to ship gold bullion to America.

[I or T] TRANSPORT, COMMERCE to send goods by air, train, or road, or to be sent in this way: ship sth to sb/sth »

The company will ship purchases to any address within the US.

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I asked the suppliers to ship us a replacement as soon as possible.

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We don't currently ship outside the EU.

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They assured me our order will be shipping tomorrow.

[I or T] COMMERCE, IT to make something, especially computer products and equipment, available for sale, or to become available: »

The company is now shipping the first in a new series of interactive DVDs.

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This software has been shipping for a while now.

See Note MAIL(Cf. ↑mail)
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ship UK US /ʃɪp/ noun [C] TRANSPORT
a large boat used for transporting goods or people by sea: »

There were several ships waiting in the dock for their cargo to be unloaded.

abandon/jump ship — Cf. jump ship
See also CARGO(Cf. ↑cargo), CONTAINER(Cf. ↑container), DELIVERED EX SHIP(Cf. ↑delivered ex ship), EX SHIP(Cf. ↑ex ship), FACTORY SHIP(Cf. ↑factory ship), FREE ALONGSIDE SHIP(Cf. ↑free alongside ship), MERCHANT SHIP(Cf. ↑merchant ship)

Financial and business terms. 2012.

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