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import (something) from (some place)

To bring something from one country into another country. Did you really import this china from Denmark? I imported that jewelry from the UK to sell in my store—isn't it exquisite?
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import (something) from (some place) into (some place)

To bring something from one country into another country. Yes, I imported that jewelry from the UK into the US to sell in my store. Isn't it exquisite?
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import (something) into (some place)

To bring something from one country into another country. I imported that jewelry into the US to sell in my store—isn't it exquisite?
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import something (from something) (into something)

to buy and transport something from a foreign place into a country. We imported the carpets from the Orient into this country. They imported wine into this country from France. I imported this from Germany.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of American Idioms and Phrasal Verbs. © 2002 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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