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Aus·tral·a·sia

 (ô′strə-lā′zhə)
1. The islands of the southern Pacific Ocean, including Australia, New Zealand, and New Guinea.
2. Broadly, all of Oceania.

Australasia

(ˌɒstrəˈleɪzɪə)
n
1. (Placename) Australia, New Zealand, and neighbouring islands in the S Pacific Ocean
2. (Placename) (loosely) the whole of Oceania

Aus•tral•a•sia

(ˌɔ strəˈleɪ ʒə, -ʃə)

n.
Australia, New Zealand, and neighboring islands in the S Pacific Ocean.
Aus`tral•a′sian, adj., n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.Australasia - Australia, New Zealand, and neighboring islands in the South PacificAustralasia - Australia, New Zealand, and neighboring islands in the South Pacific
Pacific, Pacific Ocean - the largest ocean in the world
Translations
Australasie
Australasien
Australaasia
Australazija
オーストララシアオーストラレーシア
오스트랄라시아
Australasien
ออสเตรเลเชีย
khu vực Úc-Á

Australasia

[ˌɔːstrəˈleɪzɪə] NAustralasia f

Australasia

[ˌɒstrəˈleɪziə] nAustralasie f

Australasia

nAustralien und Ozeanien nt

Australasia

[ˌɒstrəˈleɪzɪə] nl'Australasia

Australasia

اُسْتُرالاسيا Australasie Australasien Australasien Αυστραλασία Australasia Australaasia Australasie Australazija Australasia オーストラレーシア 오스트랄라시아 Australazië Australasia Australazja Australásia Австралазия Australasien ออสเตรเลเชีย Avustralasya khu vực Úc-Á 澳大拉西亚
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