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See definition of transatlantic on Dictionary.com
  • as inoverseas
  • as inacross the sea

synonyms for transatlantic

  • abroad
  • foreign
  • in foreign land
  • transoceanic
  • transpacific
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How to use transatlantic in a sentence

When I was younger, I suffered from days of disrupted sleep after having a drink too many on a transatlantic flight.
TRY THESE NEW TRICKS FOR FIGHTING JET LAGCHRISTOPHER ELLIOTTAUGUST 25, 2021WASHINGTON POST
Isaacman often points out that it took only 12 years after Charles Lindbergh’s solo trip across the Atlantic before Pan Am introduced commercial transatlantic service.
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They helped create the transatlantic trading system, innovating with financial instruments such as letters of credit that underpinned the whole system.
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The first transatlantic yacht race was characterized by several shocking details, the craziest of which was the fact that the three men woke up the next morning, no doubt with roaring hangovers, and decided to go through with their insane idea.
THE HARD-DRINKING PLAYBOYS WHO MADE TRANSATLANTIC SAILING HISTORYALLISON MCNEARNEYJUNE 6, 2021THE DAILY BEAST
The competition launched that day was the first ever transatlantic yacht race.
THE HARD-DRINKING PLAYBOYS WHO MADE TRANSATLANTIC SAILING HISTORYALLISON MCNEARNEYJUNE 6, 2021THE DAILY BEAST
Bennett was the chief instigator in the transatlantic bet that night.
THE HARD-DRINKING PLAYBOYS WHO MADE TRANSATLANTIC SAILING HISTORYALLISON MCNEARNEYJUNE 6, 2021THE DAILY BEAST
Nicholas copublished a widely shared 2017 report on personal carbon use, which found that living car- and meat-free, having one fewer child, and taking fewer transatlantic flights have the biggest impact.
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With her teenage daughter in a school she loves in New York, Dumezweni wants to officially become a transatlantic actor in the near future, splitting her time between the city and London.
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For more than 250 years, the trade in cochineal insects was a driver of the Spanish Empire’s transatlantic trade.
WHY WE SHOULD EAT CRICKETS. AND OTHER BUG IDEAS - FACTS SO ROMANTICMARY ELLEN HANNIBALOCTOBER 2, 2020NAUTILUS
Foreign varieties are used only to a limited extent, being chiefly confined to those of transatlantic birth and tastes.
TOBACCO; ITS HISTORY, VARIETIES, CULTURE, MANUFACTURE AND COMMERCEE. R. BILLINGS.
SYNONYM OF THE DAY
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WORDS RELATED TO TRANSATLANTIC

  • over the water
  • oversea
  • transatlantic
  • transmarine
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