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Definition of "sea-borne" [sea-borne]

  • Carried on the sea.

The Century Dictionary (Public Domain)

Use "sea-borne" in a sentence
  • "Around a third of the 172 million metric ton-per-year sea-borne trade in hard coking coal is mined from the Collinsville Shelf, a single 250-kilometer geological formation in northeastern Australia."
  • "On Thursday, the Pentagon announced it would invest in a new generation of ship-based jamming technology, a long-range penetrating bomber, a new generation of sea-borne unmanned aircraft and improving the radar on older the F-15 fighter planes."
  • "Britain said it was deploying Royal Navy warship HMS Cumberland off the Libyan coast to help with a possible sea-borne evacuation of British citizens stuck in the country."
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