traffic

traffic
n
1) движение; сообщение; транспорт
2) перевозки; грузооборот
3) торговля
4) фрахт; грузы

- air traffic
- aircraft traffic
- airline traffic
- border traffic
- cargo traffic
- coastal traffic
- coastwise traffic
- commercial traffic
- container traffic
- containerized traffic
- contraband traffic
- direct traffic
- domestic traffic
- export traffic
- fast freight traffic
- fast goods traffic
- feeder traffic
- ferry traffic
- freight traffic
- frontier traffic
- full container load traffic
- general cargo traffic
- goods traffic
- groupage traffic
- heavy traffic
- heavy lorry traffic
- high-rated traffic
- high-value commodity traffic
- highway traffic
- illegal traffic
- inland traffic
- intercity traffic
- intermodal traffic
- international traffic
- international passenger traffic
- interurban traffic
- line traffic
- liner traffic
- local traffic
- long-distance traffic
- long-distance goods traffic
- long haul freight traffic
- maritime traffic
- merchandise traffic
- mixed traffic
- oceangoing traffic
- outwards traffic
- overseas traffic
- packaged cargo traffic
- passenger traffic
- perishable traffic
- piggyback traffic
- rail traffic
- railroad traffic
- railway traffic
- railway transit traffic
- refrigerated traffic
- river traffic
- road traffic
- sea traffic
- short-distance goods traffic
- short haul freight traffic
- suburban traffic
- through traffic
- transit traffic
- trunk traffic
- traffic in transit
- traffic of goods
- bypass traffic
- carry on traffic
- divert traffic
- stop traffic

English-russian dctionary of contemporary Economics. 2014.

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