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in·ter·con·ti·nen·tal

 (ĭn′tər-kŏn′tə-nĕn′tl)
adj.
1. Extending or taking place between or among continents: intercontinental exploration.
2. Having the capability of traveling from one continent to another: an intercontinental ballistic missile; an intercontinental airline.
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intercontinental

(ˌɪntəˌkɒntɪˈnɛntəl)
adj
relating to travel, commerce, relations, etc, between continents
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in•ter•con•ti•nen•tal

(ˌɪn tərˌkɒn tnˈɛn tl)

adj.
1. between or among continents; involving two or more continents.
2. traveling or capable of traveling between continents.
[1850–55]
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.intercontinental - extending or taking place between or among continents; "intercontinental exploration"; "intercontinental flights"
continental - being or concerning or limited to a continent especially the continents of North America or Europe; "the continental United States"; "continental Europe"; "continental waters"
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Translations

intercontinental

[ˈɪntəˌkɒntɪˈnentl]
A. ADJintercontinental
B. CPD intercontinental ballistic missile Nmisil m balístico intercontinental
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intercontinental

[ˌɪntərkɒntɪˈnɛntəl] adjintercontinental(e)
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intercontinental

adjinterkontinental, Interkontinental-; intercontinental ballistic missileballistische Interkontinentalrakete f
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intercontinental

[ˈɪntəˌkɒntɪˈnɛntl] adjintercontinentale
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The clade 2.3.4.4A and B H5N8 viruses spread intercontinentally; clade 2.3.4.4A caused outbreaks in Asia, Europe, and North America during 2014-2015, and clade 2.3.4.4B H5N8 caused outbreaks in Asia, Europe, and Africa during 2016-2017 (1,5).
"This additional production capacity means we can deliver consistent high quality intercontinentally, with speed, regardless of where Moss products are purchased, produced or ultimately installed.
For this reason, the transmission of new forms of resistant pathogens could be fast and can easily spread intercontinentally. World health leaders have described AMR as "nightmare bacteria" that "pose a catastrophic threat" to people in every country in the globe [16].
Kim Jung-un and his military are looking for international recognition as a nuclear weapons state with the ability to reach out intercontinentally against potential aggressors.
There was, firstly, always a non-African power or powers with the ability to project force intercontinentally that influenced South African security thinking and defence preparation.
"We're already palletizing food internationally and intercontinentally," he notes.
To Rizal, it is not enough to think nationally, or even regionally, but that we must think internationally, globally, even intercontinentally. Nationalism, which is made sacred by patriotism so that it does not degenerate into national egotism or smug and arrogant braggadocio, then leads the Filipino to become a true "citizen of the world", to quote the Greek philosopher, Diogenes (412-323 B.C.), or "un ciudad-ano verdaderamente cosmopolita o mundial".
coli infections were already reported intercontinentally, (8) almost all outpatient isolates were susceptible to ceftriaxone.
Nigerian Arik Air is the largest airline in Western and Central Africa and has developed and successfully operates an extensive domestic route network in Nigeria, and regionally across Western Africa from its twin hubs in Lagos and Abuja, and to Johannesburg in South Africa and intercontinentally to New York and to London from its Lagos hub.
From that point of view, Westphalia was not the first international instrument on religious freedoms, but a triumph of western evangelic unity, which later led to the strengthening of western Christianity's supremacy intercontinentally.
to uncover an "archetype" and, as far as I can tell, an imaginary infinite that would seem to need more data to ground the creative assertions he is making about Spirit at work so long ago, and intercontinentally at that.

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