export


export
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noun
ADJECTIVE
chief, important, main, major, principal
biggest, largest

Coffee is the country's biggest export.

record

The industry has achieved record exports in the past year.

total

In 2001 total exports were valued at $2 billion.

net
British, US, etc.
world

The US share of world exports has declined.

illegal

We must stop the illegal export of live animals.

live

lambs for live export

capital, commodity
agricultural, farm, industrial, manufactured, manufacturing
arms, banana, beef, coal, coffee, food, grain, oil, timber, etc.
… OF EXPORTS
level, value, volume
VERB + EXPORT
boost, encourage, expand, increase, promote
limit, reduce, restrict

plans to restrict the export of arms to certain countries

control
allow
ban, prohibit
prevent, stop
EXPORT + VERB
grow, increase, rise

Oil exports have risen steadily.

drop, fall
be valued at sth, total sth

Exports will total $30 billion by 2036.

account for sth

Oil exports account for nearly 80% of the country's foreign earnings.

go to

89% of Mexican exports go to the US.

EXPORT + NOUN
crop, goods
business, industry, trade
market, sector
earnings, revenue, sales, value
figures, performance

a strong export performance

growth
controls, licence/license, quota, restrictions, subsidy, tax

a call for tougher art export controls

ban

an export ban on live cattle

drive

the export drive by Japanese industry

order

how to win more export orders

PREPOSITION
for export

This is where the fruit is packaged for export.

export from

exports from the EU to Canada

export of

the export of cattle

exports of beef

export to
PHRASES
a ban on exports

to place a ban on exports of toxic waste

a decline in exports, a fall in exports
an increase in exports, a rise in exports
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verb
ADVERB
widely

The local wine was widely exported.

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abroad (esp. BrE), overseas (esp. AmE)
illegally, legally

illegally exported works of art

PREPOSITION
from

Last year 2 000 birds were exported from the island.

to

The country exports sugar to Europe.

Export is used with these nouns as the subject: ↑country
Export is used with these nouns as the object: ↑file, ↑goods, ↑job, ↑oil, ↑produce, ↑product, ↑slave, ↑waste

Collocations dictionary. 2013.

Synonyms:
(merchandise from one country to another), , ,


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