- 1Situated or occurring in the middle of the Atlantic ocean: the mid-Atlantic fault lineMore example sentences
- The more immediate bad news is that tropical storm Jeanne is next in line coming across the mid-Atlantic Ocean.
- Scientists have already claimed that Atlantis could be at the bottom of the mid-Atlantic Ocean or somewhere in the Aegean Sea.
- Residents in Bermuda battened down and cruise ships scrambled out to sea yesterday as powerful Hurricane Fabian headed toward the mid-Atlantic island with 120 mph winds.
- 2Having characteristics of both Britain and America: mid-Atlantic accentsMore example sentences
- It means rescuing Britain from mid-Atlantic ambiguity and locating it within the European value system of public welfare and social solidarity.
- He lives in San Francisco, works at the Dreamworks animation studio in Redwood City, has an American wife, and sports a curious mid-Atlantic accent that if anything sounds more Swedish than American or Yorkshire.
- Now, Dave's accent is fully mid-Atlantic and his presence is imbued with that distinctively American larger-than-life glow.
- 3Relating to states in the middle of the Atlantic coast of the United States, including New York, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, West Virginia, Delaware, and Maryland.More example sentences
- This population migrates from the Arctic to staging areas in southern Québec and wintering grounds along the mid-Atlantic coast of the United States (New Jersey to North Carolina).
- This group have played extensively in the mid-Atlantic United States, travelling around Pennsylvania, New Jersey, New York, Delaware and Ohio.
- This type of yucca, which is more prevalent on the southern coast of the United States than our mid-Atlantic region, produces beautiful white flowers in June.
More definitions of mid-AtlanticDefinition of mid-Atlantic in:
- The US English dictionary