export means: Send or transport (e.g., a commodity) to another country, for sale or trade. (in Merlin Dictionary)

What else does export mean?

  • Transmit is used to spread (an idea) across the globe. (in Merlin Dictionary)
  • Send data from one program into another. (in Merlin Dictionary)
  • A program that stores data on the disk. This is usually used by another program. (in Merlin Dictionary)
  • Send or transport merchandise abroad, especially to sell or trade. (in Merlin Dictionary)
  • A pint that has been approved by a local is called an export. This pint is different from regular pints. The pub will endorse it and allow you to take the glass home. To avoid any revocation of privileges, the glass must be returned to the pub within 24 hours. If one pub glass is discovered, the person will be banned from entering for a month. (in Slang Dictionary, added by Dacio Soler)
  • Simply put, export is to steal something or commit a robbery. (in Slang Dictionary, added by Bridger Little)
  • The importance of the sth exportant cannot be understated. (in Slang Dictionary, added by Heather Hurley)
  • Exportant means that something gives significance to another item. Important items are the same as imports. They are similar to exports, they come from somewhere else. (in Slang Dictionary, added by Aurelio Márquez)
  • Medium King Size is Canada’s best-selling size for cigarettes. (in Slang Dictionary, added by Jaelynn Moss)
  • New Zealand Beer made from DB breweries. Tastes like horse urine. Sponsers Cricket New Zealand is the sole booze that’s available during the game. However, the crowds have been declining since the introduction of this arrangement. (in Slang Dictionary, added by Demarcus Lawrence)
  • Use slow speech to make it easier for people who don’t understand English. This is used extensively when speaking with foreigners while working overseas or during conversations with people from India who are new to the United Kingdom. It also involves using simple words and sentences. The Apprentice’s Sir Alan Sugar was the first to express this idea. (in Slang Dictionary, added by Brooklyn Gentry)