Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Shipping"

The meaning of "Shipping" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does overnight shipping mean?
A: overnight = during the night

If you order it today, the store puts it in the mail tonight and you receive it tomorrow.
Q: What does A shipping shop mean?
A: it's a shop for sending items in the mail. Shipping is usually sending a package.
Q: What does "the shipping threshold" mean?
A: No idea. Some kind of limit relating to shipping (weight? size? cost?)

Sounds technical. Is there a specific context?
Q: What does "shipping beats perfection" mean?
A: Don't be a perfectionist.
It's better to release something than to wait for it to be perfect.
It will never be perfect, you have to ship it.

Sometimes people say "Perfect is the enemy of good".
Q: What does I will never stop shipping this couple! mean?
A: @Chiaki101: "Shipping" is wishing that two people would be a couple or strongly approving an already existing couple.

Example sentences using "Shipping"

Q: Please show me example sentences with shipping.
A: The shipping is delayed on my ordered.

The shipping was free on orders over fifty dollar's.

Shipping via container ship is a growing industry world wide.
Q: Please show me example sentences with "shipping", please. .
A: "The boat is shipping boxes." "The boat is shipping fruit." "The boat is shipping boxes of fruit."
Q: Please show me example sentences with shipping.
A: Shipping - the act of sending an item via post.
I'm shipping it first class.
She said she was shipping it this week.
Shipping will cost an extra £2.95
Q: Please show me example sentences with shipping.
A: I need to send a shipping order.
What is your shipping address? And how much do you charge for shipping stuff like this?

Synonyms of "Shipping" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between I will be shipping this item in June. and I will ship this item in June. ?
A: they are the same :)
Q: What is the difference between shipping fee(charge) and delivery fee(charge) ?
A: They are basically the same thing. “Shipping” and “delivery” refer to the same thing. Shipping is used when you order something online to be transported to your home (for example, clothes), while delivery is used when you order food to be transported to your home.
Q: What is the difference between shipping and delivery and shipping address and delivery address ?
A: as far as I know, there is no difference. It’s used both ways!
Q: What is the difference between free shipping and free delivery ?
A: They both mean essentially the same thing, however 'free shipping' is more commonly used when talking about packages sent via a postal/courier service whereas 'free delivery' is more commonly used when talking about food (or other items) delivered directly by the company you ordered it from (such as pizza delivery).
Q: What is the difference between shipping and delivery ?
A: “The shipment price will be $12.00”.
The company will ship out an item you purchased.

Delivery is what the mailman will do. “Here is your delivery.”

First the company ships your item. And then the mailman delivers it to your house.

Translations of "Shipping"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? shipping
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? does it free shipping to russia ?
A: Does it include free shipping to Russia?
Does it have free shipping to Russia?
Is there free shipping to Russia?
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? How much do you charge for shipping fee? / what is the shipping fee? / how much shipping fee?
A: what is the shipping fee? / how much is shipping?
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? you can choose standard shipping Which does not include tracking number
A: Almost :). Just make the "w" in "which" lowercase and add "a" between "include" and "tracking."
"You can choose standard shipping which does not include a tracking number."

Other questions about "Shipping"

Q: We paid shipping fee in double for your last shipment.
That is because you used my fedex payment number.
We paid the shipping fee in the invoice, and also paid the freight payment for our fedex.
Did you use the previous our credit note?
Please do not use my fedex number this time. Does this sound natural?
A: We had to pay double the shipping fee for your last shipment, because you used my FedEx number. We paid the shipping fee in the invoice and also had to pay the freight payment charged by FedEx. Please don't use my FedEx number this time.
Q: Dear sir/ma'am,

Hello. I am writing this e-mail to check estimated shipping schedule.
I ordered products the other day, so I went to the order status page to check if products are shipped. But it said "unfulfilled".
Can you check this?
If possible, plz let me know approximate delivery date. Thank you. Does this sound natural?
A: Pretty good! A couple of corrections:
"...to check if the products had shipped but it said "unfulfilled""
Also, use "please" instead of "plz" if you are writing formally
Q: what do “priority direct mail” and“expedited shipping service” mean?
thanks for help
A: priority direct mail means what ever you ordered will come in about 7-12 days. expedited shipping means your order will come in 5-8 days
Q: About shipping fee: I would like you to change this to shorten and more simple and natural English please.
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When the merchandise total is less than 4999 yen including tax the shipping fee is 399 yen.
When the merchandise total is more than 5000 yen including tax, it is free shipping.
Does this sound natural?
A: Standard shipping is 399 yen but when you spend 5000 yen or more including taxes its free.
Q: According to shipping schedule , you also need to ship materials at the end of Nov.
However, you do not have to wait until then. If it is ready, you could make the shipment early.
Does this sound natural?
A: According to *the* shipping schedule, you also need to ship materials at the end of Nov. However, you do not have to wait until then. If it is ready, you *can* make the the shipment early.

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