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transatlantic

adjective [not gradable]  /ˌtræns·ətˈlænt·ɪk, ˌtrænz-/ us  
crossing the Atlantic Ocean: Newfoundland was once an important stop for transatlantic flights.
Translations of “transatlantic”
in Spanish transatlántico…
in French transatlantique…
in German Übersee-……
in Chinese (Traditional) 橫越大西洋的, 大西洋兩岸國家的…
in Russian трансатлантический…
in Turkish Atlantik aşırı/ötesi…
in Chinese (Simplified) 横越大西洋的, 大西洋两岸国家的…
in Polish transatlantycki…
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