One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
Relating to or characteristic of the islands of Oceania or their inhabitants.‘the cool, shadowy Oceanian landscape’
- ‘She holds the New Zealand, Oceanian, Commonwealth and equal World Championship records with a personal best throw of 21.24m.’
- ‘The gallery showcases artworks by modern and contemporary Native American, African, Oceanian and Indonesian artists.’
- ‘Representatives from 106 countries from the Asian, African, Middle Eastern and Oceanian regions are expected to attend.’
- ‘According to an astronomical observation station, people in eastern Asian, Pacific and northern Oceanian areas and North America will be able to observe the eclipse.’
- ‘The FIFA U-20 World Cup will be held on Oceanian soil for the third time after Australia hosted the competition in 1981 and 1993.’
A native or inhabitant of the islands of Oceania.‘the Oceanians who progressively peopled the Pacific islands over ten centuries’
- ‘For my part, anyone who has lived in our region and is committed to Oceania, is an Oceanian.’
- ‘In the future, scientists could investigate whether anyone who took the southern route left any genetic traces in modern Oceanians, Pagani said.’
- ‘Asians, Europeans and Oceanians are all most likely to buy in North America than any other global region when investing overseas, followed by Europe.’
- ‘The rhythms of the tides were in an Oceanian's blood, the coursing of the currents in an Oceanian's arteries.’
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