|renting of cargo ships||affreightment|
|(Informal) semitrailer, cargo trailer that is pulled by a trailer truck; tractor trailer, truck cab with an attached semitrailer; semifinal, next-to-last round in a competition; duplex house (British), pref. half; somewhat, partly, tractor-trailer||semi|
|(Nautical) in a nautical manner, in a manner pertaining to seafaring (sailors, ships, and navigation)||nautically|
|(Nautical) small shallow cargo boat with a keeled hull; large yacht with a permanent keel (rather than a removable centerboard), covered river boat with shallow draft||keelboat|
|accommodating large ships, seagoing||deep-water|
|accompany, attend (in order to guide, protect, guard, etc.), accompanying military vessel or aircraft, go with as escort, hired social partner, man as social partner, person or group of persons who protect or guide; armed guard (of ships, planes, etc.)...||escort|
|act of allowing something to enter or pass; leasing, renting, rented apartment||letting|
|act of renting a house or land from a tenant||subtenancy|
|act of renting out property for a specified period of time; possessing or occupying under the terms of a lease||leasing|
|act of renting something, available to lease or rent, for rent, money paid as rent; income earned from rent payments; property that is leased or rented; act of leasing, relating to rent, rent income, renting business, something rentable||rental|
|act of saving, act of rescuing; act of saving a ship or its cargo from destruction; property that has been saved, rescued items, money from sale of rescued goods, payment to rescuers, rescue of property from destruction, rescue of ship from sea, rescue...||salvage|
|act of shipping, goods shipped together, sending of cargo or freight, shipping of goods; cargo or goods that are shipped||shipment|
|act of steering; third-class passenger section of a ship, inexpensive accommodations on ships||steerage|
|act of stowing; cargo to be stowed; storage area; price charged for storing goods, fee for stowing, place or space for stowing, situation or arrangement of things packed, stowing of things, things stowed||stowage|
|act of transporting goods, business of sending or transporting cargo; sea voyage (Archaic), group of ships||shipping|
|add cargo wagons to a train, atop the shoulders, on the back||piggyback|
|add extra charge to insurance premium, amount carried in one trip, amount of drawn electrical power, charge added to mutual share price, device drawing electrical power, fill, burden, pack (with goods, cargo, etc.); overload, supply with an overly larg...||load|
|air lane, alley, narrow passageway between buildings (or walls, etc.); narrow road; course or track which has clear boundaries on either side (as on a highway, racetrack, etc.); set route followed by planes or ships, division of basketball court, narro...||lane|
|air transport, method of transporting people or cargo by aircraft (generally used in emergency situations), transport by air, transport persons or cargo by aircraft (generally in emergency situations)||airlift|
|aircraft carrier, bearer of electric charge, carrier wave, communications company, insurance company, luggage rack, means of transmitting active substance, one who ships; one who carries; aircraft carrier; shipping company; truck; signal transmitted ov...||carrier|
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