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export

something to some place to sell something abroad to a particular country. They are now exporting their products to Hungary. We are exporting all our product line to Eastern Europe.

export something to someone or something

to sell something abroad to someone or some country. The company exported alcohol to Brazil. We only export books to our agents abroad.
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Modularity, scalability and cost considerations, vital elements of improved exportability, are all additional advantages best developed at the program onset.
The new DEF authority facilitates a paradigm shift, potentially enabling allies to obtain DoD systems earlier than the more typical exportability process.
There is a small literature illustrating the positive relationship between exportability and productivity in developing countries.
In the end, good stories, language, fashion advice and technology boost a show's exportability more than deliberate political messages or education.
Professor Linz was a participant in this debate at the Twenty-Eighth Annual Federalist Society National Student Symposium, held at Yale Law School, where contributors also discussed the exportability of the separation of powers.
Before running this regression, we need to measure the inherent exportability of an industry.
Monsanto also announced in May that it has abandoned plans to introduce its recombinant canola into Australia, after concerns about exportability led several Australian states to ban commercial planting and, in some cases, even field trials.
Exportability is going to be an issue going forward.
Harris, inquiring into the exportability of Irish drama, convincingly argues that 'theatre from a distant place acts out its culture on stage' and that Carr, using Irish idioms and settings 'inescapably participates in the process of cultural definition' and thus gives a false impression of Irish culture as demented even if she dramatizes her own individual nightmares.
6] suggest to avoid the use of encryption on the grounds of exportability issues.
He explains that Japanese cartoons have engineered their huge exportability via the surrounding products, so that consumers face a tantalizing chicken-or-egg scenario: They are no longer completely sure which came first--the toys, the video games, the mobile phone jingle, the clothing range, the trading cards or the TV program that tells the story.
Recyclers often complain about business conditions, but one reason to smile is the exportability of their product.
Other considerations include exportability, scalability; breadth of Departmental applicability and transportability; as well as proposed technology.
17) During the 1980s, the movida movement propelled the commercial exportability of Spanish authors.
Certainly its inexpensiveness, practicality, and exportability make it the most attractive alternative, should it prove effective.