Taiwan Strait

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Taiwan Strait

also For·mo·sa Strait  (fôr-mō′sə)
An arm of the Pacific Ocean between Taiwan and China. It links the East China Sea with the South China Sea.
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Taiwan Strait

n
(Placename) another name for Formosa Strait
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Tai′wan Strait′



n.
an arm of the Pacific Ocean between China and Taiwan, connecting the East and South China seas. Formerly, Formosa Strait.
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There are firstly the many famous Oolong teas, specific to this province, where most of them originate from; just a few are also growing in neighboring Guangdong province and there are of course also those oolongs which have been taken along by the emigrants to the island of Taiwan, just across the strait of Formosa (some traditional ones and also new cultivars).