transit


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01. Gander, Newfoundland is an important [transit] point for international flights.
02. If more people used public [transit], it would help to reduce air pollution in our cities.
03. The ferry takes about 2 hours to make the [transit] between the two islands.
04. We were in [transit] from the airport when the accident occurred.
05. My parents were waiting in the [transit] lounge when we arrived at the airport.
06. In my opinion, the government should reduce the fare for city buses in order to get more people to use mass [transit].
07. The transportation system of Vancouver includes gas-powered buses, electric buses, sea buses, and light rapid-[transit] trains.
08. Studies show that public [transit] is mostly used by people making regular trips each day, usually to work or school.
09. The [transit] strike has paralyzed the city.
10. Our luggage was lost in [transit] from Nashville.
11. Modern performance art is often deliberately [transitory].
12. In Vancouver, there is a seabus which shuttles between Vancouver and North Vancouver as part of the [transit] system.
13. Pythagoras once stated that a thought is an idea in [transit].

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  • transit — [ trɑ̃zit ] n. m. • 1663; it. transito, lat. transitus « passage » 1 ♦ Comm. Dérogation au paiement des droits (de douane, d octroi), accordée à une marchandise qui ne fait que traverser un territoire; passage en franchise. Marchandises en… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • Transit — Trans it, n. [L. transitus, from transire to go over: cf. F. transit. See {Transient}.] 1. The act of passing; passage through or over. [1913 Webster] In France you are now . . . in the transit from one form of government to another. Burke. [1913 …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

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  • Transit — (von lat. trans „durch“, ire „gehen“) steht für Transitverkehr, einen Staat oder ein bestimmtes Gebiet durchquerenden Verkehr Transitverkehr (DDR), speziell der die DDR durchquerende Verkehr Transit (Elektron), Elektronen, die durch einen Leiter… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Transit 1B — TRANSIT (satellite) Satellite Transit O (Génération opérationnelle) Transit a été le premier système de navigation par satellites mis au point pour la marine des États Unis par l université Johns Hopkins à partir de 1958 et mis en œuvre pour la… …   Wikipédia en Français

  • transit — [trans′it, tranz′it] n. [ME transite < L transitus, pp. of transire < trans , TRANS + ire, to go: see YEAR] 1. a) passage through or across b) a transition; change 2. a) …   English World dictionary

  • Transit — (также известная как NAVSAT Navy Navigation Satellite System)  первая в мире спутниковая система навигации. Главным пользователем системы были ВМФ США для обеспечения информацией о точных координатах своих ПЛАРБ Поларис, также она… …   Википедия

  • Transit — Astrodinámica: serie de satélites de Estados Unidos de navegación.El primer Transit (primer satélite de navegación del mundo), fue lanzado en abril de 1960. Orbitaron la Tierra de polo a polo a unos 1.000 Km Serie de satélites de Estados Unidos… …   Enciclopedia Universal

  • Transit — Sm Durchfahrt, Durchreise per. Wortschatz fach. (19. Jh.) Entlehnung. Entlehnt aus it. transito, dieses aus l. trānsitus, dem Abstraktum von l. trānsīre (trānsitum) hinübergehen , zu l. īre gehen und l. trāns .    Ebenso nndl. transito, ne.… …   Etymologisches Wörterbuch der deutschen sprache

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  • Transit — Trans it, v. t. (Astron.) To pass over the disk of (a heavenly body). [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English