teleport

verb
tele·​port | \ˈte-lə-ˌpȯrt \
teleported; teleporting; teleports

Definition of teleport 

transitive verb

: to transfer by teleportation

Examples of teleport in a Sentence

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Dagger generates knives of pure light that can cut through steel, while Cloak commands an inky black cloud somehow connected to an ability to teleport. Mike Hale, New York Times, "Review: Marvel Moves to New Orleans for ‘Cloak & Dagger’," 6 June 2018 Only hours of footage and the invitation to teleport somewhere else. Arielle Pardes, WIRED, "In the Age of Despair, Find Comfort on the ‘Slow Web’," 8 July 2018 Junior uses his amazing Jedi powers to teleport himself and Luke to SNOKE’s throne room. Scott Meslow, GQ, "Star Wars: The Last Jedi," 22 June 2018 At Disney’s Hollywood Studios, guests really felt like they were teleported to the silver screens of yesteryear. Perri Ormont Blumberg, Southern Living, "6 Incredible Disney Wedding Venues Mickey and Minnie Could Only Dream Of," 14 June 2018 Infinity War reveals that the Red Skull was teleported to Vormir, where the Soul Stone is kept. Eliana Dockterman, Time, "An Old Marvel Villain Makes a Surprising Cameo in Avengers: Infinity War," 27 Apr. 2018 At the inauguration last year, the First Lady teleported herself back in time to the late 1950s by wearing a Tiffany blue high-neck jacket and dress with matching opera gloves; no hand holding attempts can be made gracefully with those suckers on. Brooke Bobb, Vogue, "5 Times Melania Trump’s Uniform Said “Don’t Touch Me”," 24 Apr. 2018 That means bounding around the city, killing largely meaningless lesser monsters by mashing the square button or standing next to large crystals long enough to teleport handfuls of civilians to safety. Steven Strom, Ars Technica, "Extinction review: Shadow of the colossal disappointment," 10 Apr. 2018 There were the usual demo-build problems—the little robot getting lost, getting stuck on some scenery, breaking the final puzzle by teleporting around like a wizard who uses VR a lot. Hayden Dingman, PCWorld, "Cyan’s brief Firmament demo feels like Myst without the Myst name," 28 Mar. 2018

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First Known Use of teleport

1931, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for teleport

back-formation from teleportation

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