- 1Crossing the Atlantic: a transatlantic flightMore example sentences
- Worldwide, the fall is estimated at 27%, with transatlantic crossings down almost 80%.
- The two islands off Quebec were used to quarantine immigrants with many Irish emigrants, who failed to survive the transatlantic crossing, buried on these islands.
- The Ireland voyage was arranged in place of a transatlantic crossing which was cancelled due to ongoing discussions over the vessel's financial problems.
- 1.1Concerning countries on both sides of the Atlantic: the transatlantic relationshipMore example sentences
- If the transatlantic relationship is to be renewed, both sides need to be prepared - financially and politically - to use the full spectrum of foreign policy tools.
- Overall, however, the report summarizes the transatlantic trade relationship as being enormously beneficial to both sides.
- Two provisions in the declaration, on NATO's transformation and the promotion of the transatlantic relationship, are related to the organization's enlargement.
- 1.2Of, relating to, or situated on the other side of the Atlantic; British or European (from an American point of view).More example sentences
- In the meantime, Britain's transport infrastructure has slowly rotted to the point where it is now an antiquated relic compared to many of our rather sharper European and transatlantic rivals.
- His instincts seemed transatlantic as much as European.
- ‘We are looking forward to finding ways to strengthen Ukraine's integration into Europe and the transatlantic community,’ she said.
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- The entrepreneurial risk partially shifts toward the biotech firms that are transatlantically interwoven but that are nevertheless largely constrained regionally.
- And, just as she makes a career of dancing transatlantically even when she is not so sure-footed, she sidesteps the self-doubt that might have insinuated itself into her narrative.
- The till staff had learnt the script for their cheery greeting well, without ever sounding transatlantically insincere.
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