[ ˌɒntɹɪpˈɒt], [ ˌɒntɹɪpˈɒt], [ ˌɒ_n_t_ɹ_ɪ_p_ˈɒ_t]
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The word "entrepot" originates from the Dutch word "engtepte", meaning "step or stage." A Dutch entrepot was a port where valuable goods, such as spices and other luxuries, were exchanged for gold or other valuable commodities. Over the centuries, the definition of an entrepot has broadened to include any port or trading center where goods and commodities are exchanged. Today, an entrepot can be found anywhere there is a demand for goods and services and a source of supply. They can be found in major urban centers and rural villages, on both coasts and around the world.
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transshipment, Re-export, re-exports.
Noun, singular or mass
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