Definition of Trafficking

1. Verb. (present participle of traffic) ¹



2. Noun. The exploitative movement of people across borders ¹

3. Noun. The distribution of illegal drugs ¹

4. Noun. the smuggling of illegal arms ¹

5. Noun. (biochemistry) The movement of an enzyme (or other protein) through tissue ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Trafficking

1. traffic [v] - See also: traffic

Medical Definition of Trafficking

1. 1. Posttranslational modification of proteins, particularly secretory proteins and proteins targeted for membranes or specific cellular locations. Synonym: trafficking. 2. Posttranscriptional modification of polynucleic acids. (05 Mar 2000)

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Trafficking

traffic signal boxes
traffic signals
traffic signs
traffic ticket
traffic violation
traffic warden
traffic wardens
trafficability
trafficable
trafficator
trafficators
traffick
trafficked
trafficker
traffickers
trafficking (current term)
trafficks
trafficky
trafficless
traffics
trafficwise
tragacanth
tragacantha
tragacanths
tragal
tragedian
tragedians
tragedie
tragedienne
tragediennes

Literary usage of Trafficking

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1. Owed Justice: Thai Women Trafficked Into Debt Bondage in Japan by Kinsey Dinan (2000)
"98 trafficking in children is further condemned in the Convention on the Rights of ... 100 Finally, the 1949 Convention on the Suppression of trafficking in ..."

2. The Culture of Violence by Kumar Rupesinghe (1994)
"The impact of drug trafficking on Colombian culture Francisco J. de Roux, ... Drug trafficking appeared in Colombia at a time when the country faced an ..."

3. Sentencing in the Federal Courts: Does Race Matter?: The Transition to by Douglas Corry McDonald, Kenneth E Carlson (1994)
"Nearly all—91 %— of these offenses were for drug trafficking: importing, ... Upon conviction for drug trafficking, blacks, and Hispanics to a lesser degree, ..."

4. Double Jeopardy: Police Abuse of Women in Pakistan by Asia Watch Committee (U.S.), Asia Watch Committee (U.S. (1992)
"E. trafficking in Women The Pakistani government has ratified the Convention for the Suppression of trafficking in Persons, yet traffickers bring between ..."

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