overseas

All Adverb Adjective Noun
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  • He became the most popular American poet of his day and also had success overseas.
  • The term early modern is most often applied to Europe, and its overseas empire.
  • To call overseas for two minutes would cost more than most earn in a month.
  • Just as valuable to the bottom line, it was even more successful overseas.
  • Since early times, fishing and overseas commerce have been the main economic activities.
  • Once again his spirits were raised when the unit under his command received orders overseas to France.
  • The album's overseas success helped the band to develop a larger following outside the US.
  • Sometimes the issue is made from a temporary or permanent foreign or overseas office.
  • He was too young to be fully trained or sent overseas.
  • The sales for the album were more successful overseas than in America.
  • For this, a number of stations have been established in the UK and overseas.
  • Although mainly concerned with internal security, it does have an overseas role in support of its mission.
  • Chinese television programs are produced for both local and overseas markets.
  • This number does not include the children born overseas.
  • Ross had more success overseas with the albums than she did in America.
  • It is the main foreign trade base and overseas transportation center.
  • Whether an individual is in the US or overseas, business can be conducted through the internet.
  • Within weeks of this she made her first official overseas trip to Lebanon.
  • It is an overseas region of France, and its citizens are full French citizens.
  • The claims were based around Edward's appearance and the circumstances surrounding his overseas birth.
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Words starting with overseas

Meaning of overseas

  • adverb In a place across an ocean