coast-to-coast


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coast-to-coast

(kōst′tə-kōst′)
adj.
Reaching, airing, or traveling from one coast to another, especially across a nation or continent: a coast-to-coast flight; coast-to-coast sports coverage on TV.

coast′-to-coast′



adj.
covering the area between the E and W coasts of the U.S.: a coast-to-coast broadcast.
[1910–15]
Translations

coast-to-coast

[ˈkəʊstəˈkəʊst] (US)
A. ADJde costa a costa
B. ADVde costa a costa
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