- adj. Beyond the border, on the other side of the border.
- trans- + border (Wiktionary)
“Chile and Argentina have agreed to tax profits on the gold and silver from Pascua Lama depending on what side of the border it comes from, but they are still discussing how to tax what they call transborder services, or services rendered by individual companies on either side of the border.”
“Only one year later, other European colonial powers were considering the idea of transborder conservation — but interestingly enough, not in Europe.”
“Friends of the Earth Middle East FOEME, an environmental organization based in Amman, Bethlehem, and Tel Aviv proposes to transform the relationship of Israelis, Palestinians and Jordanians, as well as Christian pilgrims, archeology buffs, and eco-tourists, to the Jordan River by creating a transborder peace park.”
“Canada transborder joint venture...would increase existing customer benefits significantly via lower fares, better coordinated flight schedules and connection times, more route choices, and improved frequent flyer benefits, it said in a statement.”
“A widening network of transborder highways has slashed the time it takes to transport goods across a region once infamous for its number of road blocks per mile.”
“It includes a new terminal that houses under one roof Air Canada's domestic, transborder and international flights as well as all its Star Alliance partners, making international connections easier.”
“Fears about the potential for a transborder nuclear disaster spread across Asia, even as experts and officials sought to calm fraying nerves in countries as far away as Singapore and the Philippines.”
“Fears about the potential for a transborder nuclear disaster spread across Asia Tuesday as Japan's nuclear crisis deepened, even as experts and officials sought to calm fraying nerves in countries as far away as Singapore and the Philippines.”
“The big cartels had grown used to smuggling cocaine into El Norte by means of light aircraft, high-speed cigarette boats and transborder tunnels.”
“But by 2002, the WHC noted that Liberia had joined the Convention, transborder collaboration was improving, and it urged settlement of differences between Guinea and Cote'Ivoire over the Dere-Tiapleu forest border.”
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