Hindi translation of 'overseas'
overseas /ˌəʊvəˈsiːz ˌअउव़अˈसीज़्/
1. adjective before noun, adverb
You use overseas to describe things that happen or exist abroad.
...his long overseas trip.
...if you're staying for more than three months or working overseas.
an overseas trip/travel/tour/market/operation
2. adjective before noun
An overseas student or visitor comes from abroad.
an overseas student/visitor/investor/buyer
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Example Sentences Including 'overseas'
Finding overseas partners for clients; I suppose the term lending side must have involved the Bank more closely in some customers" affairs.The Gwen John Sculpture
From what I understand, Brown's clientele was very extensive and he had a lot of overseas customers, particularly Americans.Gothic Pursuit
She saw him in her mind's eye the day he left for overseas.Gwendolen
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'overseas' in Other Languages
- Arabic: مَا وَرَاءَ الْبِحَارِ
- Brazilian Portuguese: no estrangeiro
- Chinese: 海外
- Croatian: u inozemstvu
- Czech: v zámoří
- Danish: i udlandet
- Dutch: overzees
- European Spanish: en el extranjero
- Finnish: ulkomailla
- French: outre-mer
- German: in Übersee
- Greek: υπερπόντια
- Italian: all’estero
- Japanese: 海外に
- Korean: 해외로
- Norwegian: utenlands
- Polish: za morze
- Portuguese: no estrangeiro
- Romanian: peste ocean
- Russian: заморский заморская
- Spanish: en el extranjero
- Swedish: utomlands
- Thai: ต่างประเทศ
- Turkish: denizaşırı
- Ukrainian: за кордоном
- Vietnamese: ở nước ngoài
Translation of overseas from the Collins English to Hindi Dictionary