Definition of transatlantically in English:


Pronunciation /-ik(ə)lē/


See transatlantic

‘The entrepreneurial risk partially shifts toward the biotech firms that are transatlantically interwoven but that are nevertheless largely constrained regionally.’
  • ‘And, just as she makes a career of dancing transatlantically even when she is not so sure-footed, she sidesteps the self-doubt that might have insinuated itself into her narrative.’
  • ‘The till staff had learnt the script for their cheery greeting well, without ever sounding transatlantically insincere.’