English version

maritime

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Water, Oceanography
maritimemar‧i‧time /ˈmærətaɪm/ ●○○ adjective [only before noun]  1 TTWrelating to the sea or ships syn marine San Francisco has lost nearly all of its maritime industry.2 HEOnear the sea the Canadian maritime provinces
Examples from the Corpus
maritimeThe decision caused rejoicing in maritime and royalist circles.And the system faces global maritime extinction by February 1999.The 33-strong crew was arrested and the captain faced charges of violating international maritime law.Outside school - and maritime mishaps - community life was restricted when compared to modern standards.By the end of this fiscal year in June, maritime operations are projected to lose $ 6. 4 million.This can not be verified and seems somewhat early but, given the constant maritime traffic, not altogether impossible.Somewhat bewildered, they abandoned the search and the world heard about yet another maritime tragedy.
From Longman Business Dictionarymaritimemar‧i‧time /ˈmærətaɪm/ adjective connected with the sea or shipsmaritime tradeThe port of San Francisco has lost virtually all its maritime industry.
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