Expedition


Expedition
1. Entdeckungsfahrt, Entdeckungsreise, Forschungsfahrt, Forschungsreise.
2. Heerzug;
(veraltet): Kampagne, Kriegszug;
(Militär): Feldzug.
3.
a) Abfertigungsabteilung, Expeditionsabteilung, Versand[abteilung];
(österr.): Expedit.
b) Beförderung, Expedierung, Transport, Überführung.
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Expedition,die:Versand
Expedition
1.Forschungsreise,Forschungsfahrt,Entdeckungsreise
2.Versand,Warenversand,Transport,Versenden,Warentransport
3.Versenden,Abschicken,Befördern,Expedierung

Das Wörterbuch der Synonyme. 2013.

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