Meaning of continentally in English:

continentally

adverb

See continental

‘As is the case with some futuristic plots, the world has essentially become continentally divided into massive regional factions.’
  • ‘In the tree, the non-African populations clustered continentally, with bootstrap analysis supporting grouping of European and Amerindian populations.’
  • ‘But while corporate business and its political clients are organized continentally, progressives are not.’
  • ‘So we must think transcontinentally as well as continentally.’
  • ‘An intense research spirit is still alive, if not continentally disseminated.’