Shipping and Logistics

TAKE STOCK teɪk stɒk

22 Oct 2018

Phrase

  • to count the items of merchandise or supplies in stock.
Example Sentences: The department store closes for three days every March in order to take stock.
 

OVERNIGHT (SOMETHING) oʊvərˈnaɪt

22 Sep 2018

Phrase

  • to send a document or package somewhere for delivery the next day.
Example Sentence: We decided to overnight the new contract to our supplier.
 

IN STOCK ɪn stɒk

07 Sep 2018

Phrase

  • available or ready to sell or use.
Example Sentence: The store does not have any printer ribbons in stock.
 

GOODS /go̵odz/

20 Aug 2017

noun

  • Things we buy and sell that can be made or grown such as clothes, food and cars.
Example Sentences:What is the total value of the goods in this shipment?
The goods we ordered are currently in port awaiting clearance from customs.
 

CARRIER kæriər

06 Jul 2017

Noun

  • the company responsible for transporting freight.
Example Sentence: The carrier will deliver the goods to the port in Hong Kong.
 

CARGO kɑrgoʊ

14 May 2017

Noun

  • the goods being transported by plane or ship.
Example Sentence: When the ship beached, much of the cargo floated ashore.
 

PHASE feɪz

29 Apr 2017

Noun

  • a defined stage or part of a process.
Example Sentence: The next phase of the project will involve building a prototype.
 

FREIGHT freɪt

17 Feb 2017

Noun

  • commercial goods that are being transported long distance.
Example Sentence: The goods arrive by ship and then continue by freight train.
 
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