transmarine

[ trans-muh-reen, tranz- ]SEE DEFINITION OF transmarine

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It is, however, much otherwise with all her transmarine mail communications.

Such intelligence the Hebridians probably receive from their transmarine correspondents.

Formerly, the monastic funds were drawn upon to excess in defraying the costs of a transmarine visitation.

Joaquin Jose Monteiro Torres, minister of marine, and secretary for transmarine affairs.

The transmarine post is very desirable for the better conduct of our foreign diplomacy and the consular service.

The transmarine postal service has been a source of constant annoyance to almost every commercial nation.

He was the first to carry out on a large scale those plans of transmarine colonization whose inception was due to the Gracchi.

England would have become a transmarine province of France, it would in time have been absorbed like Brittany.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR TRANSMARINE

across the sea

adverbover a large body of water
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