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Oversea vs. Overseas

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  • Oversea (adjective)

    alternative form of overseas

  • Oversea (adverb)

    alternative form of overseas

  • Overseas (adjective)

    Abroad.

    "Overseas branches of the company are doing well."

  • Overseas (adjective)

    Living (being resident) in a foreign country.

    "Overseas Chinese communities exist in North and South America."

  • Overseas (adjective)

    Across a sea; to or in an area across a sea.

    "Her overseas trip went well."

  • Overseas (adverb)

    Abroad.

    "He emigrated and now lives overseas."

  • Overseas (adverb)

    Across a sea; to an area across a sea.

    "She travelled overseas."

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  • Oversea (adjective)

    being or passing over or across the sea;

    "some overseas trade in grain arose"

  • Oversea (adverb)

    beyond or across the sea;

    "He lived overseas for many years"

  • Overseas (adjective)

    in a foreign country;

    "markets abroad"

    "overseas markets"

  • Overseas (adjective)

    being or passing over or across the sea;

    "some overseas trade in grain arose"

  • Overseas (adverb)

    beyond or across the sea;

    "He lived overseas for many years"

  • Overseas (adverb)

    in a place across an ocean

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