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Is there a word meaning both import and export?

So I can ask "Is this product both importable and exportable?" like "Is this product ____?"

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marked as duplicate by medica, FumbleFingers single-word-requests Jun 12 '14 at 21:24

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As asked, this is not a duplicate. Or at least, it isn't if "both importable and exportable" is what the OP is looking for. While I'm happy enough with things like transfer and ship as hypernyms for the verbs, that doesn't necessarily make them suitable for that usage. "Importable" and "exportable" are just as (if not more) likely to be to do with legalities. Having said that, I'm not sure I can think of a practical use for "importable and exportable". – Rupe Jun 12 '14 at 21:42

Is this product shippable?

shippable: capable of being taken from one place to another by public carrier

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"Is this product transferable?"

transferable: (adj.) capable of being taken from one place to another by public carrier.

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