Definition of transnationally in US English:

transnationally

adverb

  • See transnational

    • ‘A more recent trend is the incorporation of a new type of Irish emigrant - the transnationally mobile educated elite - into primary sector positions in ‘global’ cities.’
    • ‘Advanced telecommunications technologies are disseminating ideas, values, and styles of behaviour transnationally at an unprecedented rate.’
    • ‘By making it easier to offer courses transnationally, exporters can use the excess educational capacity of the North to increase capacity in the South.’
    • ‘They occur all over the world and the activities are carried out transnationally.’
    • ‘Founded as New Amsterdam in 1626, New York has long been the most visible site of the struggle over American identity as it has been domestically and transnationally constructed.’