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verb: import; 3rd person present: imports; past tense: imported; past participle: imported; gerund or present participle: importing
/imˈpôrt/
  1. 1.
    bring (goods or services) into a country from abroad for sale.
    "Japan's reluctance to import more cars"
    Similar:
    buy from abroad
    bring from abroad
    bring in
    buy in
    ship in
    source from abroad
    Opposite:
    export
  2. 2.
    archaic
    indicate or signify.
    "having thus seen, what is imported in a Man's trusting his Heart"
noun
noun: import; plural noun: imports
/ˈimˌpôrt/
  1. 1.
    a commodity, article, or service brought in from abroad for sale.
    "cheap imports from eastern Europe"
    Similar:
    imported commodity
    foreign commodity
    nondomestic commodity
    Opposite:
    export
  2. 2.
    the meaning or significance of something, especially when not directly stated.
    "the import of her message is clear"
    Similar:
    meaning
    sense
    essence
    gist
    drift
    purport
    message
    thrust
    substance
    sum and substance
    implication
    signification
    point
    burden
    tenor
    spirit
    pith
    core
    nub
    nitty-gritty
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