freight

freight
I 1. [freɪt]
nome
1) (goods) merce f. trasportata, carico m.
2) (transport system) trasporto m.
3) (cost) spese f.pl. di trasporto, porto m.
2.
modificatore comm. [company] di trasporti; [route, charges] di trasporto; [transport, service, train, terminal] merci; [traffic] di merci
II [freɪt]
verbo transitivo comm. trasportare [goods]
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[freit]
noun
1) (goods being carried from place to place: air-freight; (also adjective) a freight train.) carico, merce
2) (the money charged for carrying such goods: He charged me $100 freight.) trasporto
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[freɪt]
1. n
(goods transported) merce f, merci fpl , (charge) spese fpl di trasporto

freight forward Comm — spese a carico del destinatario

freight inward — spese di trasporto sulla merce in entrata

2. vt
(transport: goods) trasportare
3. adj
(yard) merci inv
4. adv

to send sth freight — spedire qc per via ordinaria

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freight /freɪt/
n. [u]
1 (trasp.) trasporto (di merci): air [rail] freight, trasporto aereo [per ferrovia]; to send st. by air freight, spedire qc. per via aerea; to shift freight from road to rail, spostare il trasporto merci dalla ruota alla rotaia; freight company, società di trasporto; freight charges, spese di trasporto; (naut.) spese di nolo
2 merce trasportata; merci (pl.); carico: to carry freight, trasportare merci (o un carico); heavy freight, carico pesante; freight wagon (o, USA, car), carro (o vagone) merci; freight train, treno merci; freight service, servizio merci; paying freight, carico pagante
3 (comm., spec. USA) spese (pl.) di trasporto; porto
4 (aeron., naut.) nolo: freight brokerage, provvigione sul nolo; freight in advance, nolo anticipato
freight broker, sensale di noli □ (in USA) Freight Bureau, Conferenza della Navigazione □ (USA) freight collect = freight forward ► sotto □ (naut.) Freight Conference, Conferenza della Navigazione □ (naut.) freight contracting, noleggio (di navi) □ (ferr., USA) freight depot, scalo merci □ freight elevator, montacarichi □ (autom.) «Freight flow» (cartello), «autocarri in manovra» □ freight forward, (USA) porto assegnato; (naut.) nolo pagato a destinazione (o posticipato) □ freight forwarder (o forwarding agent), spedizioniere □ (naut.) freight market, mercato dei noli □ freight rate, (USA) tariffa di trasporto (di merci); (naut.) rata (o tariffa) di nolo □ (naut.) freight ship, nave da carico □ (naut.) freight ton, tonnellata di nolo (o di noleggio; 1000 kg se è metrica, 1016 se è imperiale) □ (naut.) freight unpaid, nolo assegnato □ (USA) freight yard, scalo merci.
(to) freight /freɪt/
v. t.
1 caricare (spec. una nave)
2 trasportare, spedire (merce)
3 (naut.) noleggiare (una nave)
4 (fig.) (al passivo) caricare: His words were freighted with innuendo, le sue parole erano cariche di sottintesi.
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I 1. [freɪt]
nome
1) (goods) merce f. trasportata, carico m.
2) (transport system) trasporto m.
3) (cost) spese f.pl. di trasporto, porto m.
2.
modificatore comm. [company] di trasporti; [route, charges] di trasporto; [transport, service, train, terminal] merci; [traffic] di merci
II [freɪt]
verbo transitivo comm. trasportare [goods]

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