Pacific

All Noun
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  • The only significant international competition the country takes part in is the Pacific Games.
  • They took up the fight, and eventually turned the tide of the war in the Pacific.
  • A number of species have reached islands groups, particularly those in the south and east Pacific Ocean.
  • Jewellery making in the Pacific started later than in other areas because of recent human settlement.
  • For a long time this was the only non-coastal European settlement in the Pacific.
  • A third influence that is present during the late autumn is the southwest wind off the Pacific.
  • The fight against Germany was ending, so he focused on the Pacific War.
  • The majority of rivers flow west to east into the Pacific Ocean.
  • The plant is native to south Asia and the Asia-Pacific region.
  • The combined tropical depression headed west and entered the north central Pacific.
  • As with other Pacific island nations, rising sea level presents a major environmental threat.
  • They did not find a continuous water to the Pacific Ocean.
  • Until the time of Captain Cook these were the only large ships to regularly cross the Pacific.
  • New Zealand troops and aircraft are also often sent to disaster areas in the Asia-Pacific.
  • It offers a view of both the Pacific Ocean and the Atlantic Ocean.
  • He is not known to have spoken of the events of the Pacific Scandal again.
  • British attention soon turned towards Asia, Africa, and the Pacific.
  • By the mid-17th century, areas controlled by Russia had been extended to the Pacific.
  • It is now part of the Union Pacific Railroad.
  • This summer resident group is known as the Pacific Coast feeding group.
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Meaning of Pacific

  • noun The largest ocean in the world
  • adjective Relating to or bordering the pacific ocean
    Pacific islands