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Portage

Port´age
n.1.(Naut.) A sailor's wages when in port.
1.A porthole.
1.The act of carrying or transporting.
2.The price of carriage; porterage.
3.Capacity for carrying; tonnage.
4.A carry between navigable waters. See 3d Carry.
v. t. & i.1.To carry (goods, boats, etc.) overland between navigable waters.
Noun1.portage - the cost of carrying or transporting
2.portage - overland track between navigable waterways
3.portage - carrying boats and supplies overland
admission, admission fee, air express, airfreight, airlift, anchorage, asportation, bearing, brokerage, carfare, carriage, carry, carrying, cartage, cellarage, charge, charges, conveyance, cover charge, demand, dockage, drayage, dues, entrance fee, exaction, exactment, expressage, fare, fee, ferriage, freight, freightage, haulage, hauling, hire, license fee, lighterage, lugging, packing, pilotage, porterage, railway express, salvage, scot, scot and lot, shipment, shipping, shot, storage, telpherage, toll, toting, towage, transport, transportation, transshipment, truckage, waft, waftage, wagonage, wharfage
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Portable Document Format
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Portable Forth Environment
Portable Network Graphics
Portable Operating System Interface
Portable Pixmap
portable saw
Portable Scheme Debugger
Portable Scheme Interpreter
Portable Standard Lisp
Portable steam engine
Portable Tool Interface
Portableness
portacaval shunt
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Portage group
Portague
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