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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Nationality & race
overseaso‧ver‧seas1 /ˌəʊvəˈsiːz◂ $ ˌoʊvər-/ ●●○ W3 AWL adverb  SANFOREIGNto or in a foreign country that is across the seaabroad Chris is going to work overseas. Most applications came from overseas.
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overseasLara plans to study overseas.Much of the wood harvested in the northwest is shipped overseas.But most still want a robust presence overseas.However, many in the industry say the crackdown has driven even more jobs overseas.In many cases some of these subsidiaries are based overseas.Indeed, black models find they get much more exposure overseas.This is for ordinary and special services, inland and overseas.They are behind federal agencies in other parts of the country and overseas in whittling away at piles of backlogged work.Douglas often travelled overseas when he was in the army.
Related topics: Nationality & race
overseaso‧ver‧seas2 /ˈəʊvəsiːz $ ˈoʊvər-/ ●○○ AWL adjective [only before noun]  SANFOREIGNcoming from, existing in, or happening in a foreign country that is across the seahome overseas students overseas investment
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overseasoverseas bank accountsPlease trust our selection; it makes your overseas journey shorter, sweeter and more efficient.Tourism attraction operators in Cheshire will be told of the latest developments in home and overseas marketing at a forum this month.The contract in many ways represents the changing nature of overseas military operations.Finally, when choosing an overseas package tour, do not skimp.Hearst officials said they expect the overseas program to grow to 50 editions by the turn of the century.The university has a large number of overseas students.David Lawrence, whose first overseas Test came to a tragic end when he broke his kneecap while bowling.There has been an increase in overseas trade during the last year.overseas travel
From Longman Business Dictionaryoverseaso‧ver‧seas1 /ˌəʊvəˈsiːz◂ˌoʊvər-/ adverbTRAVEL to, in, or from a foreign country across the seaHe spent quite a lot of time working overseas.overseaso‧ver‧seas2 /ˈəʊvəsiːzˈoʊvər-/ adjective [only before a noun] coming from, existing, or happening abroadexchange control requirements applying to overseas shareholdersThe law made it possible for overseas companies to hold a stake in Russian companies.
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