charge+for+freight

  • 1 freight — I. v. a. Load, lade, charge, burden or burthen. II. n. 1. Cargo, lading, load, burden. 2. Freightage, freight money, charge for freight …

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  • 2 Freight payment service — Freight Payment ServiceThe freight payment industry was actually formed by a series of Banks when the transportation marketplace was heavily regulated. Motor carrier bills had to be paid within 7 days and rail bills needed to be paid within 5… …

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  • 3 freight rate — noun the charge for transporting something by common carrier we pay the freight the freight rate is usually cheaper • Syn: ↑freight, ↑freightage • Derivationally related forms: ↑freight (for: ↑ …

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  • 4 Freight Conductor — A freight conductor is a person who is employed by a railroad. The freight conductor is the lead employee assigned to a freight train, and is responsible for the smooth operation of the assignment. Freight conductors specialties 1) Yard Foreman A …

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  • 5 Freight exchange — A freight exchange is an online, real time service where hauliers search for freight (eg. for a backload) and freight forwarders offer freight to be transported. What a freight exchange does These systems provide a platform that allows carriers… …

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  • 6 charge — Synonyms and related words: accountability, accounting for, accounts payable, accounts receivable, accredit, accusal, accusation, accuse, accusing, achievement, action, activate, adjure, administration, admission, admission fee, admonish,… …

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  • 7 charge — chargeless, adj. /chahrj/, v., charged, charging, n. v.t. 1. to impose or ask as a price or fee: That store charges $25 for leather gloves. 2. to impose on or ask of (someone) a price or fee: He didn t charge me for it. 3. to defer payment for (a …

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  • 8 freight — A freight train. The load or cargo carried by a carrier by land or water. The charge or hire for a carrier s services in the transportation and delivery of property, 48 Am J1st Ship § 424; it is in such sense that the term appears in a marine… …

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  • 9 freight — n. & v. n. 1 the transport of goods in containers or by water or air or US by land. 2 goods transported; cargo. 3 a charge for transportation of goods. 4 the hire of a ship or aircraft for transporting goods. 5 a load or burden. v.tr. 1 transport …

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  • 10 freight — [freɪt] noun transport of goods in bulk, especially by truck, train, or ship. ↘goods transported by freight. ↘a charge for such transport. verb 1》 transport by freight. 2》 (be freighted with) be laden or burdened with: each word was freighted… …

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  • 11 freight rate — The transportation charge for goods carried based on number of pieces carried, or the weight, or the mileage, or the value of the goods, or a combination thereof …

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  • 12 freight rate — The transportation charge for goods carried based on number of pieces carried, or the weight, or the mileage, or the value of the goods, or a combination thereof …

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  • 13 Freight forwarder — The storefront of one of many freight forwarders located around Guangzhou s garment districts. The list of destinations indicate that this business serves importers of Chinese clothes to countries such as Russia and Azerbaijan. A freight… …

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  • 14 charge — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) v. command, exhort, instruct; assess, tax; set a price; burden; debit; strike, attack; fill, load, prepare; accuse, blame. n. accusation, allegation, impeachment, indictment; command, order, mandate,… …

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  • 15 freight — freightless, adj. /frayt/, n. 1. goods, cargo, or lading transported for pay, whether by water, land, or air. 2. the ordinary conveyance or means of transport of goods provided by common carriers (distinguished from express): Shipping by freight… …

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  • 16 freight terminal — Terminal Ter mi*nal, n. 1. That which terminates or ends; termination; extremity. [1913 Webster] 2. (Eccl.) Either of the ends of the conducting circuit of an electrical apparatus, as an inductorium, dynamo, or electric motor, usually provided… …

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  • 17 freight — I. noun Usage: often attributive Etymology: Middle English, from Middle Dutch or Middle Low German vracht, vrecht Date: 15th century 1. a. the compensation paid for the transportation of goods b. cost < help pay the freight > 2. a …

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  • 18 freight pass-through — Com. a special allowance or discounted price given a bookseller or bookstore by a publishing house for paying the freight charge on a shipment of books ordered: so called because the shipping charge is passed on to the consumer by an increase in… …

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  • 19 freight — /freɪt / (say frayt) noun 1. cargo or lading carried for pay either by land, water, or air. 2. a. the cargo or lading, or any part of the cargo or lading, of a ship. b. merchandise transported by water or air. 3. the transporting of goods by… …

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  • 20 freight pass-through — Com. a special allowance or discounted price given a bookseller or bookstore by a publishing house for paying the freight charge on a shipment of books ordered: so called because the shipping charge is passed on to the consumer by an increase in… …

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