bill of lading
Noun

bill of lading

  1. (shipping) A document issued by a carrier (e.g. master of a ship or the ship owner's agent) to a shipper listing a ship's cargo, acknowledging receipt of said cargo, and specifying terms for its delivery
Translations
  • French: connaissement
  • German: Konnossement
  • Italian: polizza di carico
  • Portuguese: carta de porte, conhecimento de embarque
  • Russian: коноса́ме́нт
  • Spanish: conocimiento de embarque



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