apport

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Latin apportō ‎(bring, carry)

Noun[edit]

apport ‎(plural apports)

  1. (parapsychology) The supposed paranormal transference of an object from one place to another, or the appearance of an object from an unknown source, often associated with poltergeist activity and séances.

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Noun[edit]

apport m ‎(plural apports)

  1. contribution, input
    En agriculture, les traceurs isotopes permettent de suivre le cycle de l’eau et ainsi d’optimiser les apports au terrain.
    In agriculture, isotopic labels allow the water cycle to be traced, thus optimizing its contributions to the soil.

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