adjective /'əυvəsi:z/ˌ adverb/ˌəυvə'si:z/
across the sea, or to or in foreign countries
Management trainees knew that they would be sent overseas to learn about the export markets.
Some workers are going overseas to find new jobs.
noun /ˌəυvə'si:z/
foreign countries
The profits from overseas are far higher than those of the home division.

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