Irish Sea


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Irish Sea

An arm of the northern Atlantic Ocean between Ireland and Great Britain.

Irish Sea

n
(Placename) an arm of the North Atlantic Ocean between Great Britain and Ireland

I′rish Sea′


n.
a part of the Atlantic between Ireland and England.
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Noun1.Irish Sea - an arm of the North Atlantic between Great Britain and IrelandIrish Sea - an arm of the North Atlantic between Great Britain and Ireland
North Atlantic - that part of the Atlantic Ocean to the north of the equator
Translations
mer d’Irlande

Irish Sea

n
the Irish Sea → la mer d'IrlandeIrish stew nragoût m de mouton (avec pommes de terre et oignons)

Irish Sea

n the Irish Seail mar d'Irlanda
References in classic literature ?
PASSENGER STEAMER TORPEDOED WITHOUT WARNING IN THE IRISH SEA. TWENTY-TWO LIVES LOST.
Across the Channel, across the Irish Sea, across the Atlantic, corn, bread, and meat were tearing to our relief.
FIVE Welsh and Irish sea ports are set to benefit from a new [euro]2.6m EU-funded project to help turn them from passage points to key tourist sites - improving tourism opportunities, tourist experiences, and the livelihoods of coastal communities on both sides of the Irish Sea.
The Stena Edda is scheduled to enter service next spring and will be the second of three vessels bound for the Irish Sea routes between now and 2021.
It is on schedule to enter service on the Dublin to Holyhead route in early 2020, as the first of three new E-Flexer vessels bound for the Irish Sea by 2021.
Norbay, a roll-on-rolloff vessel operated by P&O European Ferries (Irish Sea).
AFTERSHOCKS from two earthquakes that struck in the Irish Sea may be felt for days to come, it has been claimed.
On the other hand, cod stocks in the Irish Sea and the Kattegat are still in a poor state, and data problems hamper the management of these stocks.
FERRY operator Stena Line has bucked economic conditions to deliver strong first quarter volume figures on its Irish Sea routes.
Skilled workers from managers to engineers, technicians and chemists are needed as part of an ambitious drive to boost gas production from the East Irish Sea and secure the future activity in the region.
The company supplies the UK with gas from fields in the Irish Sea and off the coasts of Norway, Netherlands and Trinidad and Tobago.

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