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by sea

Definition of by sea in English:

By means of a ship or ships: other army units were sent by sea
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  • And so we went by sea to Lowestoft.
  • Overseas visitors who arrived by sea had different characteristics than overseas visitors who arrived by air.
  • Londoners had been heating their houses with coal since the seventeenth century and this came by sea until the mid-nineteenth century, when the railways took over this trade.
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