tranship [tran-ship] Examples verb (used with or without object), tran·shipped, tran·ship·ping.
Related formstran·ship·ment, nountran·ship·per, noun Examples from the Web for tranship Historical Examples of tranship
Imam Sharif was returning from Zanzibar, and leaving that ship to tranship for India.
Then you can tranship your goods outside or I’ll take them on, as you like.
Once we’ve got a boat, we’ll sail to the nearest port, tranship to New Orleans, and from there to France.
F. S. Brereton
As for the 40-pounders it was found too inconvenient to tranship such heavy ordnance.
Here we had to tranship to the Pekin, to continue by that vessel our voyage eastward.
Charles Alexander Gordon
British Dictionary definitions for tranship tranship verb -ships, -shipping or -shipped
- a variant spelling of transship
Derived Formstranshipment, noun