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Definition of ferry verb from the Oxford Advanced American Dictionary



[transitive, intransitive] ferry (somebody/something) (+ adv./prep.)Verb Forms present simple I / you / we / they ferry
he / she / it ferries
past simple ferried
-ing form ferrying
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to carry people or goods in a boat or other vehicle from one place to another, often for a short distance and as a regular service He offered to ferry us across the river in his boat. The children need to be ferried to and from school.
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