transoceanic

trans·o·ce·an·ic

 (trăns′ō-shē-ăn′ĭk, trănz′-)
adj.
1. Situated beyond or on the other side of the ocean.
2. Spanning or crossing the ocean.
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transoceanic

(ˈtrænzˌəʊʃɪˈænɪk)
adj
1. on or from the other side of an ocean
2. crossing an ocean
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trans•o•ce•an•ic

(ˌtræns oʊ ʃiˈæn ɪk, ˌtrænz-)

adj.
1. extending across or traversing the ocean: a transoceanic cable.
2. situated or living beyond the ocean.
[1820–30]
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Adj.1.transoceanic - on or from the other side of an oceantransoceanic - on or from the other side of an ocean; "transoceanic crossing"
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Translations

transoceanic

adj travelnach Übersee; countriesüberseeisch; migrationüber den Ozean
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