oversea


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o·ver·sea

 (ō′vər-sē′, ō′vər-sē′)
adv. & adj.
Overseas.

oversea

(ˌəʊvəˈsiː)
adj
a variant of overseas3
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.oversea - being or passing over or across the sea; "some overseas trade in grain arose"
marine - relating to or characteristic of or occurring on or in the sea
Adv.1.oversea - beyond or across the sea; "He lived overseas for many years"
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For a long time the stream itself could accommodate quite easily the oversea and coasting traffic.
They went over to Troop's eighteen-hundred-dollar, blue-trimmed white house, with a retired dory full of nasturtiums in the front yard and a shuttered parlor which was a museum of oversea plunder.
With concurrent shows covering waterproofing materials, tiles, roof systems, wood products, building facade, wall panels, sauna, pool & spa, flooring materials etc, PMMHF is widely considered as one of the best one-stop purchasing platform, attracting thousands of oversea buyers.
Currently, its oversea service network has covered 61 countries and territories with 123 institutions established in 18 countries and territories along the "Road and Belt".
Canada's Manulife Financial Corp (TSE:MFC) said its subsidiary Manufacturers Life Insurance Company (MLI) had inked an agreement with Standard Life Oversea Holdings Ltd, a unit of UK long-term savings and investment solutions provider Standard Life Plc (LON:SL), to buy its Canadian business for CAD4bn (USD3.
Asked if the Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs) are used for oversea missions in the Gulf of Aden where the Iranian fleet of warships are deployed to fight the pirates, he reiterated his earlier remarks, saying the Iranian warships use their UAVs wherever and whenever need.
11, 2011 (CENS)--Xtep, a leading fashion sportswear maker in China famous for its own Xtep brand, will set up its first oversea branch in Taiwan.
The other banks comprise: Barclays Bank; Citibank; DBS Bank; Deutsche Bank; HSBC; Oversea Chinese Banking Corporation; Royal Bank of Scotland; Standard Chartered Bank; and United Overseas Bank.
Chris Patten, who was appointed by David Cameron to oversea the Papal visit, said the eyes of the world would be on the UK as Pope Benedict XVI arrived in the city to honour John Henry Newman, Birmingham's famous cardinal.
KOICA is implementing various grant and technical cooperation programs and projects; they include vocational training project in Zarqa, Irbid Blood Bank project, Korea Oversea volunteer program, invitation training program in Korea.
Make this foundation firm, work till it be Part of her praise on men's lips oversea.
Shortly before the filing for court-led bankruptcy protection and restructuring, Kazuo Inamori, the founder of electronics maker Kyocera Corp, agreed to take on the role of chief executive to oversea the restructuring which will see JAL emerge as a much leaner operation.