from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- v. To travel from one point to another without physically crossing the distance between the two points.
- v. To move an object in this fashion, as by telekinesis.
- n. A teleporter.
- n. A satellite ground station.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- v. transport by dematerializing at one point and assembling at another
Alan Cumming plays Nightcrawler, whose ability to teleport is nowhere near as memorable as his demonic visage.
Heck, if they get tagged with a dimensional anchor, teleport is not even an option.
He sprang about in short teleport hops, crossing the vast chamber from one side to another and going from end to end of it.
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Another product, called "teleport extender," will allow users to access their phones from their PCs, including receiving text messages and other alerts.
They are able to teleport, which is a huge advantage.
On the other side of the teleport was a cyber/steampunk fantasy on a cinematic scale which I now present to you dark roasted, having made use of AM Radio's delightful Nostalgia Windlight preset to record my impressions.
I found this program called teleport which allows me to share a single keyboard and mouse between computers.
And secondly, they keep harping on how he's going to move fast and not "teleport" which never occured in the original either.
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