Definition of Tranships

1. Verb. (third-person singular of tranship) ¹



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Definition of Tranships

1. tranship [v] - See also: tranship

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Tranships

transgressiveness
transgressor
transgressors
transgressour
transhape
transhaped
transhapes
transhaping
transhiatal
transhiatal oesophagectomy
tranship
transhipment
transhipments
transhipped
transhipping
tranships (current term)
transhistorical
transhistoricity
transhuman
transhumance
transhumances
transhumanism
transhumanist
transhumanists
transhumanize
transhumans
transhumant
transhumants
transhumeral
transhydrogenase

Literary usage of Tranships

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1. Railway Business and Accounts: Designed for the Instruction of Junior Clerks by S B Skellorn (1866)
"These Accounts are cleared by special entries in the Balance Sheet, &c., sending vouchers for all payments to the Audit Office. tranships. ..."

2. Railway Management at Stations by Edmund B. Ivatts (1898)
"Some of the preceding mentioned tranships before reaching their final destination, which is possibly on a branch line, may become "road ..."

3. The Law of General Average: English and Foreign by Richard Lowndes, Edward Louis De Hart, George Rupert Rudolf, William Robertson Coe (1912)
"If the master tranships because the original ship is irreparably damaged, without considering whether ho is bound to tranship or merely at liberty to do so, ..."

4. The Law Journal Reports: New Series (1885)
"If the master tranships because the original ship is irreparably damaged without considering whether ho is bound to tranship or merely at liberty to do so, ..."

5. The Revised Reports by Robert Campbell, Frederick Pollock, Oliver Augustus Saunders, Arthur Beresford Cane, Joseph Gerald Pease, William Bowstead, Great Britain Courts (1906)
"If the master tranships because the original ship is irreparably damaged, without considering whether he is bound to tranship, or merely at liberty to do so ..."

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