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seaborne

adjective uk   /ˈsiː.bɔːn/  us   /-bɔːrn/
carried in a ship: seaborne trade/goods seaborne missiles/troops/reinforcements
Translations of “seaborne”
in Chinese (Traditional) 海運的, 船運的,艦載的…
in Chinese (Simplified) 海运的, 船运的,舰载的…
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