Definition of 'sea'
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This applies not only to transport by road and sea. Times, Sunday Times (2009)The wild world and the tame world are just connected as the sea and the land. Times, Sunday Times (2013)This works especially well with sea bream and sea bass. Times, Sunday Times (2012)It was as if the sea had been parted for us. Christianity Today (2000)The sea salt buffs away dead skin cells to leave your face super soft. The Sun (2014)Staying warm and dry at sea is a must. Times, Sunday Times (2013)They live on the sea surface with stinging tentacles dangling below. The Sun (2008)There is no sea or ocean that could stop my love for you. Times, Sunday Times (2006)There is almost no legal protection for the sharks on the high seas. Times, Sunday Times (2010)The warm sea air and the waves lapping on the sand worked their magic. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Scenes such as this will have you yearning for sea air and salty chips. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Instead his blood turned the sea scarlet and then drained away into the white sands. The Sun (2011)They sometimes go down to the sea at such times. Times, Sunday Times (2012)We have rough seas and a tough environment. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Take the pan off the heat and whisk in the butter and sea salt until melted. The Sun (2015)He tried not to look down into the clouds and sea below and tried to lose weight by willpower. BomberShips dropping anchor in heavy seas may have cut the cables off the coast of Egypt. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Everything was fresh, and you could see the sea and the boats coming in. Times, Sunday Times (2013)It moved into haulage and now provides road, rail, sea and air transport and logistics. Times, Sunday Times (2010) THE sea ice of the Arctic is a special place on Earth. The Sun (2008)
Trends of 'sea'
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Translations for 'sea'
British English: sea /siː/ NOUN
The sea is the salty water that covers much of the earth's surface.
Many of these kids have never seen the sea.
- American English: sea
- Arabic: بَحْر
- Brazilian Portuguese: mar
- Chinese: 海
- Croatian: more
- Czech: moře
- Danish: hav
- Dutch: zee
- European Spanish: mar
- Finnish: meri
- French: mer
- German: Meer
- Greek: θάλασσα
- Italian: mare
- Japanese: 海
- Korean: 바다
- Norwegian: sjø
- Polish: morze
- European Portuguese: mar
- Romanian: mare
- Russian: море
- Spanish: mar
- Swedish: hav
- Thai: ทะเล
- Turkish: deniz coğrafya
- Ukrainian: море
- Vietnamese: biển nước
Definition of sea from the Collins English Dictionary
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