South China Sea love

South China Sea

Definitions

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.

  • An arm of the western Pacific Ocean bounded by southeast China, Taiwan, the Philippines, Borneo, and Vietnam.

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  • proper noun The western arm of the Pacific Ocean, between the Asian mainland and Taiwan, Borneo and the Philippines.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • noun a tropical arm of the Pacific Ocean near southeastern Asia subject to frequent typhoons

Etymologies

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Examples

  • China claims the entire South China Sea, which is also claimed in whole or in part by Vietnam, the Philippines, Taiwan, Brunei and Malaysia.

    China Joins Three Nations in Mekong River Patrols

  • Beijing is locked in a territorial dispute with its neighbors over the South China Sea, which is potentially rich in oil and gas reserves.

    China Joins Three Nations in Mekong River Patrols

  • Beijing is locked in a territorial dispute with its neighbors over the South China Sea, which is potentially rich in oil and gas reserves.

    China Deploys Patrols Along Mekong

  • At issue is an area around uninhabited Paracel and Spratley islands in the South China Sea, which is believed to be rich in oil and gas reserves.

    Vietnamese Stage Anti-China Protest

  • China claims the entire South China Sea, which is also claimed in whole or in part by Vietnam, the Philippines, Taiwan, Brunei and Malaysia.

    China Deploys Patrols Along Mekong

  • China and Southeast Asia's governments said last month at a regional security summit that they had agreed to work together to resolve their arguments over the resource-rich South China Sea, which is subject to overlapping claims by Vietnam, China, the Philippines, Malaysia and others.

    Drilling Plans Raise Stakes in Disputed Seas

  • Significant oil and natural gas reserves are believed to be located beneath the South China Sea, which is claimed in whole or in part by China, Vietnam, Malaysia, Taiwan, Brunei and the Philippines.

    Beijing Warns Against Sea Meddling

  • Beijing claims the entire South China Sea, which is thought to be rich in oil and gas resources, and is also claimed in whole or in part by Vietnam, the Philippines, Taiwan, Brunei and Malaysia.

    China Considers Armed Mekong Patrols

  • Significant oil and natural gas reserves are believed to be located beneath the South China Sea, which is claimed in whole or in part by China, Vietnam, Malaysia, Taiwan, Brunei and the Philippines.

    Beijing Warns Against Sea Meddling

  • At issue is an area around uninhabited Paracel and Spratley islands in the South China Sea, which is believed to be rich in oil and gas reserves.

    Vietnamese Stage Anti-China Protest

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