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Mediterranean

noun   /ˌmed.ɪ.təˈreɪ.ni.ən/
the Mediterranean
( also the Mediterranean Sea, informal the Med) the sea surrounded by southern Europe, North Africa, and Western Asia el Mediterráneo 1526
adjective   /ˌmed.ɪ.təˈreɪ.ni.ən/
relating to the Mediterranean Sea or the countries around it mediterráneo a Mediterranean climate The Mediterranean diet is famously healthy, including, as it does, olive oil and fresh fruit and vegetables.1526
(Definition of Mediterranean from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

Mediterranean

noun /ˌmeditəˈreiniən/
the sea that is surrounded by the countries of southern Europe, North Africa, and western Asia. Mediterráneo
the countries that surround the Mediterranean Sea. países mediterráneos
(Definition of Mediterranean from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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