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Translation of "maritime" - English-Spanish dictionary

maritime

adjective   /ˈmær.ɪ.taɪm/ formal
connected with human activity at sea marítimo 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.16981705
near the sea or coast marítimo The temperature change in winter is less pronounced in maritime areas.1531
(Definition of maritime from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

maritime

adjective /ˈmӕritaim/
of the sea, shipping etc marítimo maritime law.
lying near the sea, and therefore having a navy, merchant shipping etc marítimo a maritime nation.
(Definition of maritime from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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