1 [tel-uh-pawrt, -pohrt]
verb (used with object)
to transport (a body) by telekinesis.

1950–55; back formation from teleportation, equivalent to tele-1 + (trans)portation

teleportation, teleportage, noun Unabridged
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teleport (ˈtɛlɪˌpɔːt)
(tr) (in science fiction) to transport (a person or object) across a distance instantaneously
[C20: from tele- + port5]

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Word Origin & History

1931, as a term in psychics and science fiction, from tele- + (trans)portation.
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Example sentences
Teleportation was long considered impossible because it violates the so-called
  uncertainty principle of quantum mechanics.
It's a teleportation device which will surely terrify the travel industry with
  its promise of free, instantaneous transportation.
And that could be hugely useful for everything from quantum communication to
  quantum teleportation.
It resulted in the discovery of teleportation which has now been accomplished.
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