Cabotage


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CabotageKAB-ə-tazhPart of speech: nounOrigin: French, mid-19th century
1The right to operate sea, air, or other transport services within a particular territory.
 
Examples of Cabotage in a sentence “The cabotage laws within China are fairly strict.” “The government passed new cabotage directives after the change in leadership. “