Definition of 'overseas'
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Ministers in four government departments are pushing the message while on overseas trips. The Sun (2016)The cricket there was really good with a high standard of overseas players. Times, Sunday Times (2017)Eight trusts failed to recoup any payment from overseas visitors. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Overseas students are one of the largest groups. Times, Sunday Times (2016)They are also seen as a good prospect for an overseas buyer encouraged by the cheaper pound. Times, Sunday Times (2017)Another issue with selling your overseas home yourself is whether you have the time to manage the viewings and negotiations. Times, Sunday Times (2016)He has been approached about two jobs from overseas since Rio. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Investment is up, overseas trade is booming. The Sun (2017)He too recently suggested English coaches should spend time overseas. Times, Sunday Times (2016)UK passports are ten times more likely to be lost or stolen in this country than overseas. The Sun (2016)Touring teams are well versed with the homesickness that can be a curse of long trips overseas. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Staff recruited from overseas will also have to be screened for convictions for the first time. The Sun (2006)Local and overseas buyers are already putting down their deposits. Times, Sunday Times (2007)We often apologise to overseas visitors on its behalf. Times, Sunday Times (2007)This is particularly true in overseas trade. Basic Marketing. Principles and Practice (1986)We have made quite large overseas investments. Times, Sunday Times (2009)The guy was an overseas player and he was winning matches. Times, Sunday Times (2014)These are especially popular with overseas students. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Prices vary here so take time to shop around in this country before considering overseas. The Sun (2012)If they go overseas they are on their own. Times, Sunday Times (2012)This involved help with identifying the comparable costs of manufacturing the product at home and overseas. Times, Sunday Times (2014)The rest of its income comes from overseas. Times, Sunday Times (2012)We were representing our country for the first time overseas. For Love or Money (2006)Think of new interests and trips overseas. The Sun (2015)The number of overseas visitors is growing. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Some work is also done overseas. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Overseas investment is all well and good, but not necessarily in property. The Sun (2014)To raise additional funding, lenders have lined up buyers for their overseas operations. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Pakistan have been forced to play all of their'home' cricket at neutral venues overseas since. The Sun (2011)
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Translations for 'overseas'
British English: overseas /ˌəʊvəˈsiːz/ ADVERB
If something happens or exists overseas, it happens or exists abroad.
If you're staying for more than three months or working overseas, a full 10-year passport is required.
- American English: overseas
- 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
- European Portuguese: no estrangeiro
- Romanian: peste ocean
- Russian: заморский
- Spanish: en el extranjero
- Swedish: utomlands
- Thai: ต่างประเทศ
- Turkish: denizaşırı
- Ukrainian: за кордоном
- Vietnamese: ở nước ngoài
British English: overseas ADJECTIVE
You use overseas to describe things that involve or are in foreign countries, usually across a sea or an ocean.
He has returned from his long overseas trip.
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