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China Sea

noun

  1. the East China Sea and the South China Sea, taken together.


China Sea

noun

  1. part of the Pacific Ocean off the coast of China: divided by Taiwan into the East China Sea in the north and the South China Sea in the south


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Example Sentences

With urgency and empathy, Above the East China Sea draws the reader into these two competing and vastly different worlds.

Many boats ran into trouble with the Thai pirates who prowled the South China Sea at that time.

Days were wasted searching the South China Sea, not the Indian Ocean.

There are lots of sources of tension in that relationship, notably in the South China Sea.

China, Japan, and Taiwan all claim ownership of the islets, located between these countries in the East China Sea.

That's all there is from the China Sea to the Mediterranean.

They made one voyage annually, rolling up the China Sea before the south-west monsoon and rolling down again with the north-east.

Sailing by Macao, this individual was cast off, and soon outside, she was rolling down the China Sea—homeward bound!

The ship had a good run across the China Sea, and reached the Indies in rather a short passage.

I don't find any decided ocean current laid down on the charts of the southern and western portions of the China Sea.

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