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transmarine

[ trans-muh-reen, tranz- ]
/ ˌtræns məˈrin, ˌtrænz- /
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adjective
being on or coming from the opposite side of the sea or ocean.
being or crossing over the sea or ocean.
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Origin of transmarine

From the Latin word trānsmarīnus, dating back to 1575–85. See trans-, marine
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British Dictionary definitions for transmarine

transmarine
/ (ˌtrænzməˈriːn) /

adjective
a less common word for overseas

Word Origin for transmarine

C16: from Latin transmarīnus, from trans- + marīnus, from mare sea
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