a transatlantic flight
crossing the Atlantic.
translation of 'transatlantic'
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I rather suspect that this is yet another example of our British culture being permeated by 'transatlantic' influences.
A vale businessman is embarking on a charity 'transatlantic' crossing in a yacht named after the doctor who saved his life.
Suddenly, the cost of a 'transatlantic' crossing became the product of a single year's hard work, rather than six years of ceaseless labour and desperate saving.
I once worked as a locum for the regular ship's doctor of a large 'transatlantic' passenger liner.
Half its output is American; its vernacular looks and sounds 'transatlantic' .
It might also hold clues to the future of the battered, long-suffering 'transatlantic' relationship.
The bitter truth is that Europe lags behind our 'transatlantic' cousin in almost every area.
His instincts seemed 'transatlantic' as much as European.
NATO has always been the central focus of the 'transatlantic' relationship.
Overall, however, the report summarizes the 'transatlantic' trade relationship as being enormously beneficial to both sides.
And polling evidence from across Europe suggests that the arrival of a different president could transform the 'transatlantic' relationship.
The white population grew rapidly up to about 1660 when it reached 47,000, constituting some 40 per cent of all the whites in Britain's 'transatlantic' colonies.
Charles Lindbergh claimed that $25,000 prize in 1927 after making his solo 'transatlantic' flight.
Since very early age, Columbus was determined to make a 'transatlantic' voyage.
The real foundation for peace and stability in the world is the 'transatlantic' alliance.
‘We are looking forward to finding ways to strengthen Ukraine's integration into Europe and the 'transatlantic' community,’ she said.
But there is another element which links the two countries and which will help to cement the 'transatlantic' relationship.
This had been the dream of the 'transatlantic' Enlightenment, and throughout the Cold War American leaders argued on its behalf in the struggle against Communism.
In the late 1950s, the arrival of jet airliners cut the time for the 'transatlantic' crossing in half, to not much more than seven hours.
The closer 'transatlantic' relationship appears to be receding despite being the official policy of the EU.
The company requires a €1 billion investment for a new 'transatlantic' fleet.
It is vital for the 'transatlantic' relationship; the only grouping that is able to meet the challenges of the 21st century.
The first 'transatlantic' flight was a year later.
Seen from a 'transatlantic' perspective Britain is deeply mired into European affairs.
And I know to cast out the 'transatlantic' alliance would be disastrous for Britain.
That, more or less, is how Winston Churchill summed up the special 'transatlantic' relationship.
He stressed the shared bonds of history, values and belief; the key importance of the 'transatlantic' relationship; and the two countries' common cause in pursuit of global freedom and democracy.
Amazingly this was not his first attempt at the east-west 'transatlantic' crossing.
Since newspapers and magazines tend to reflect and reinforce the views of their readers, this comparison reveals something about the current state of the 'transatlantic' relationship.
One study related one 'transatlantic' return flight to all the energy a person uses yearly (lighting, heating, car use etc.) and found that the flight uses almost half of that energy.
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