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maritimeadjective

uk   us   /ˈmær.ɪ.taɪm/ formal
connected with human activity at sea: Amalfi and Venice were important maritime powers. Make sure you visit the maritime museum if you're interested in anything to do with ships or seafaring. near the sea or coast: The temperature change in winter is less pronounced in maritime areas.
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