Definition of interoceanic in English:

interoceanic

Line breaks: inter|ocean¦ic
Pronunciation: /ˌɪntərəʊʃɪˈanɪk
 
, -sɪ-/

adjective

Between or connecting two oceans.
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  • He recently launched his ambitious ‘Plan Puebla Panama,’ to transform Central America into a vast Free Trade Zone, a combination of interoceanic transportation links, maquiladoras, and plantations.
  • Selecting the Corps of Engineers upon graduation, Groves served at various military camps throughout the South, in Washington, D.C., and in Nicaragua, where he helped survey a proposed interoceanic canal.
  • Molecular analyses also highlight geographical centers of biodiversity and suggest interoceanic migration of Syngnathus pipefishes from their center of origin in the Pacific.

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