Examples of shipping in a Sentence
The fruit was ready for shipping.
They protected our shipping from submarines during wartime.
Recent Examples of shipping from the Web
The arm of the government responsible for looking after these firms has engineered mergers of ports, railway-equipment makers and shipping companies; a vast chemicals combination is planned.
The single-day passes are priced at $119 each, plus service charges and shipping.
Illinois business groups oppose that, saying shipping would be disrupted.
The kitchen is built into four shipping containers, and the chef, Kerry Heffernan, a seafood expert, will have oysters playing a major role.
Shipping & Receiving, 201 S. Calhoun St., Fort Worth. $20, $100 reserved seating for two, $200 reserved seating for four.
There's also a big black hole in the industry that has yet to be filled: shipping.
The Glamspin goes for $9.99 (with free shipping in the U.S.), which is only a few dollars more than the original calming toy (therefore, a bargain).
Vicky Popat, CFO of PlantOGram, spent eight months of both her pregnancies moving around three to seven gallon containers and building shipping boxes.
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First Known Use of shipping
SHIPPING Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of shipping for English Language Learners
: the act or business of sending goods to people, stores, etc.
: a group of ships
SHIPPING Defined for Kids
Definition of shipping for Students
1 : the act or business of a person who ships goods
2 : a group of ships in one place or belonging to one port or country
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