from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Situated on or coming from the other side of the Atlantic Ocean.
- adj. Spanning or crossing the Atlantic Ocean.
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- adj. on, from the other side of, spanning or crossing the Atlantic Ocean
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Lying or being beyond the Atlantic Ocean.
- adj. Crossing the Atlantic Ocean.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Lying or being beyond the Atlantic; on the opposite side of the Atlantic from the country of the speaker or writer; specifically, in Europe, American.
- Crossing or passing across the Atlantic: as, a transatlantic line of steamers.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. crossing the Atlantic Ocean
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O'BRIEN: The second worse is a trip across the pond to what they call a transatlantic abort, then potentially an abort -- so-called abort to orbit.
(How many ethnic slurs are heard in transatlantic business class?)
Europeans are watching closely to see what - if any difference - the results will make in transatlantic relations.
Fires explores the surprisingly complex intersections of gender and nationalism in transatlantic Romantic culture.
Meanwhile, in transatlantic secure phone calls, the message machinery focused on a crucial topic: who should carry the freight on the following Sunday's talk shows?
I see NATO continuing to have a central role in transatlantic relations.
These contradictory elements coalesce within transatlantic relations in a highly ambivalent and also unique relationship.
New orientations in transatlantic perspectives are therefore not unusual.
One reason for some of the current conflicts is that we have grown so close to each other as to enjoy a "democratic domestic society" or, one could say, that we deal in transatlantic domestic policy.
The crisis in transatlantic relations which followed during the discussion about the best way to proceed in Iraq shows how great was the lack of understanding on either side for the other's position.