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marine

1. of, found in, or relating to the sea
2. of or relating to shipping, navigation, etc.
3. of or relating to a body of seagoing troops
4. of or relating to a government department concerned with maritime affairs
5. shipping and navigation in general
6. a member of a marine corps or similar body
7. a picture of a ship, seascape, etc.

marine

[mə′rēn]
(oceanography)
Pertaining to the sea.
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