Definition of transoceanic
1 : crossing or extending across the ocean a transoceanic telephone cable
2 : lying or dwelling beyond the ocean
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During the 1960s, in the realm of shipping of transoceanic freight, SRI innovators developed container shipping.
Few Balkan countries beyond Croatia and Greece can entice transoceanic travelers as stand-alone destinations at the moment but, collectively, places like Bosnia, Macedonia, Montenegro and Albania can make for a wildly fascinating itinerary.
East Bay Express explains: Given Proteus’ transoceanic range, ability to land on a beach, and stealth profile, WAM-class vessels appear ideal for Special Forces and black-ops.
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TRANSOCEANIC Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of transoceanic for English Language Learners
: crossing the ocean
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