Translation of shipping in Spanish:

shipping

barcos, n.

Pronunciation: /ˈʃɪpɪŋ//ˈʃɪpɪŋ/

noun

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    (ships)
    (masculine plural) barcos
    (feminine plural) embarcaciones formal
    (route/lane) (before noun) de navegación
    attention all shipping! ¡atención todas las embarcaciones!
    • the canal is open to shipping el canal está abierto a la navegación
    • Moreover German trade, a major reason for interest in the area, provided shipping for the conquest.
    • The good news is that the world's busiest shipping lanes should see to a fair number of them.
    • There was something as massive and significant as the construction of the St. Lawrence Seaway which re-directed much shipping away from Eastern ports.
    • The French government then required Portugal to close her ports to British shipping and to declare war on Great Britain.
    • In the 18th century our shipping and ports made us the greatest trading nation in the world.
    • Other shipping in the area, for example, took advantage of the chaos to wash out their own fuel tanks with sea water.
    • The bill establishes a maritime security framework that is vital to the security of our ports and maritime shipping.
    • The warship has now returned to Portsmouth after months with one of NATO's permanent task groups, checking shipping for any signs of terrorist activities or support for terrorist groups.
    • Malin Head Radio broadcast a Mayday relay to all shipping.
    • It is in full view of most of the town of Dover, and has uninterrupted views of shipping in the Straits of Dover.
    • The updated charts, once produced, will benefit both military and commercial shipping, enabling them to navigate safely through the shallow seaways.
    • The Germans could use the base to attack British shipping in the area and disrupt the British use of the Suez.
    • And he revealed the crew was already finding out what shipping was in the area in case they needed rescuing.
    • The Athenian war fleet was reduced to twelve ships - barely enough to protect her shipping.
    • Terrific storms, heavy seas, and frightful squalls make the waters in this area hazardous for conventional shipping.
    • Only when ports cannot be cut off does attacking shipping at sea become necessary.
    • Over 250 were built there and deployed to protect allied shipping in the Battle of the Atlantic.
    • Shetland Coastguard and Orkney Harbours are broadcasting warnings to all shipping in the area.
    • Deliberate moves should be made to upgrade the Point Lisas port, leaving a minimal about of shipping at Port of Spain.
    • Besides, if Somalia was key to securing shipping through the area, why did we leave after the Black Hawk Down disaster?
    • They are expected to cite the fear that shipping wine from California to a consumer's doorstep will boost underage drinking.
    • Transportation and shipping have slowed to ensure no further spread of the snake.
    • Still, to deter underage drinking, the states that allow direct shipping require an adult signature upon delivery.
    • Direct shipping from western ports would avoid possible contamination and cut transport charges.
    • The upswing in the shipping industry is encouraging more carriers to list in Hong Kong.
    • Even including the cost of shipping, you can save money.
    • Merchant marine Britain's dependence on merchant shipping was an economic fact which total war heavily underlined.
    • After all the winery's profits are exponentially greater with direct shipping.
    • High-profile brand offerings combined with quick shipping of the actual samples makes this site one to watch.
    • The review's key proposal was special tax arrangements for New Zealand coastal shipping.
    • Since then, the company has diversified its interests, which include shipping and property.
    • Lack of security for low-flying aircraft complicates shipping and transportation too.
    • Japan will also shoulder costs for any shipping in Japan, bringing the total of Japan's assistance to about 120 billion yen, the official said.
    • Coastal shipping was also important for many decades after European settlement, along with river transport.
    • The worst drought across the Midwest in 17 years is now threatening commercial shipping.
    • Tellingly, commercial shipping appears not to receive the same degree of attention or scrutiny.
    • Direct shipping could reduce costs by as much as 50%, and direct air routes by two-thirds, says Chang.
    • The shipping industry in India is internationally competitive and is capable of further growth.
    • In 1940, the U-boats started to take a real toll against merchant shipping.
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    (transportation of freight)
    transporte masculine
    shipping by air/rail/road/sea transporte aéreo/por ferrocarril/por carretera/marítimo
    • shipping charge gastos de envío / de expedición