transatlantic


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trans·at·lan·tic

 (trăns′ət-lăn′tĭk, trănz′-)
adj.
1. Situated on or coming from the other side of the Atlantic Ocean.
2. Spanning or crossing the Atlantic Ocean.

transatlantic

(ˌtrænzətˈlæntɪk)
adj
1. on or from the other side of the Atlantic
2. crossing the Atlantic

trans•at•lan•tic

(ˌtræns ətˈlæn tɪk, ˌtrænz-)

adj.
1. crossing or reaching across the Atlantic: a transatlantic liner.
2. situated beyond the Atlantic.
[1770–80]
trans`at•lan′ti•cal•ly, adv.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.transatlantic - crossing the Atlantic Oceantransatlantic - crossing the Atlantic Ocean; "transatlantic flight"
Translations
عَبْر الأطْلَسي
transatlantický
transatlantisk
Óceán-
Atlantshafs-
transatlantinis
transatlantisks
transatlantický
Atlantiği geçenAtlantik ötesi

transatlantic

[ˈtrænzətˈlæntɪk] ADJ
1. [flight, crossing, phone call, liner] → transatlántico
2. (Brit) (= American) → norteamericano

transatlantic

[ˌtrænzətˈlæntɪk] adj
(= crossing Atlantic) [flight, signal] → transatlantique
(British) (= American) → d'outre-Atlantique
our transatlantic cousins → nos cousins d'outre-Atlantique

transatlantic

adjtransatlantisch, Transatlantik-; customsauf der anderen Seite (des Atlantiks); cousins, fashion, accent etc (= American)amerikanisch; (= British)britisch; transatlantic flightTransatlantikflug m; a transatlantic phone callein Anruf maus/nach Übersee

transatlantic

[ˌtrænʒətˈlæntɪk] adjtransatlantico/a

transatlantic

(trӕnzətˈlӕntik) adjective
crossing the Atlantic Ocean. transatlantic flights / telephone calls.
References in classic literature ?
See how the figures jump up, as soon as one arrives at the transatlantic list:
Since then the most conservative engineer will discuss the problem of transatlantic telephony.
So far is it from the ordinary habits of mankind to calculate the importance of events in their elementary principles, that had the first colonists of our country ever intimated as a part of their designs the project of founding a great and mighty nation, the finger of scorn would have pointed them to the cells of Bedlam as an abode more suitable for hatching vain empires than the solitude of a transatlantic desert.
As public interest was in question, and transatlantic communications suffered, their veracity could not be doubted.
A railway train from San Francisco to New York, and a transatlantic steamer from New York to Liverpool, would doubtless bring them to the end of this impossible journey round the world within the period agreed upon.
He was her distant relative, but the nearest who had survived the gradual extinction of her family; so that no more eligible shelter could be found for the rich and high-born Lady Eleanore Rochcliffe than within the Province House of a transatlantic colony.
Since the above was written, the question of dominion over the vast territory beyond the Rocky Mountains, which for a time threatened to disturb the peaceful relations with our transatlantic kindred, has been finally settled in a spirit of mutual concession, and the venerable projector whose early enterprise forms the subject of this work had the satisfaction of knowing, ere his eyes closed upon the world, that the flag of his country again waved over "ASTORIA.
Hamilton Fynes had the appearance of a perfectly respectable transatlantic man of business, there was nothing about his personality remarkably striking,--nothing, at any rate, to inspire an unusual amount of respect.
The Armstrong, Palliser, and Beaulieu guns were compelled to bow before their transatlantic rivals.
No international difficulty ever arise to enable us to declare war against some transatlantic power?
19,250 pounds, a weight very inferior to that of the transatlantic cable which had been drawn up under similar conditions.
In all their arrangements of such nature, Mr and Mrs John Harmon derived much assistance from their eminent solicitor, Mr Mortimer Lightwood; who laid about him professionally with such unwonted despatch and intention, that a piece of work was vigorously pursued as soon as cut out; whereby Young Blight was acted on as by that transatlantic dram which is poetically named An Eye- Opener, and found himself staring at real clients instead of out of window.

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