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FREIGHT meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary.
The ship carries both freight and passengers. a freight company. Will the goods be sent by air or sea freight? US The escaped prisoner made his getaway in a freight car on a train. the money paid for transporting goods.
Freight - definition of freight by The Free Dictionary.
transport of freight Frachtverkehr m. also freight charges Fracht f, Frachtkosten pl; freight paid Comm frachtfrei, Fracht bezahlt; freight and delivery paid US Comm frachtfrei zum Bestimmungsort. adv to send something freight air freight etw als Frachtgut per Luftfracht senden.
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Priority Freight was contacted to transfer 60 boxes of cargo, consisting of newly produced components, weighing 350kg. The time-sensitive deadline ensured the commodity needed an air option, however the size and quantity of the cargo did not meet the regular air freight restrictions.
Freight Definition Meaning - Merriam-Webster.
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Freight transport - Wikipedia.
United Nations Conference on Trade and Development UNCTAD. 50" Years of Review of Maritime Transport, 1968-2018: Reflecting on the past, exploring the future" PDF. Archived from the original PDF on 15 March 2022. Retrieved 15 March 2022. Ltd, Core Management Logistics. Freight" Forwarding - CML." Ltd, Mach 1 Global Logistics 16 January 2018. Freight" Shipping Services."
freight - Wiktionary.
From Late Middle English freight, freght, freyght and other forms, a variant of fraught, fraght transport of goods or people, usually by water; transportation fee; transportation facilities; cargo or passengers of a ship; figuratively burden; ballast of a ship; goods; a charge, 1 from Middle Dutch vracht, vrecht, and Middle Low German vrecht cargo, freight; transportation fee, 2 from Proto-West Germanic fra- from Proto-Germanic fra- prefix meaning 'completely, fully aihti from Proto-Germanic aihtiz possessions, property, ultimately from Proto-Indo-European heyḱ- to come into possession of, obtain; to own, possess The English word can be analysed as for- aught, and is a doublet of fraught.

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