transalpine


Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Wikipedia.
Related to transalpine: Transalpine Gaul

transalpine

situated in or relating to places beyond the Alps, esp from Italy
References in periodicals archive ?
The government requested an additional sum of CHF900 million in September, but now an extra CHF800 million is needed to complete the transalpine rail link.
Historical plausibility therefore argues in favor of Gregorian chant origins as resulting directly from Pope Stephen's transalpine journey with his entourage, likely including the Roman schola, to visit King Pepin from 753 to 754.
La mission de Mario Monti ne s'annonce donc pas comme une partie de plaisir, et la presse transalpine ne manquait pas de le souligner dimanche matin: "La route est accidentee et pour la parcourir il ne faut pas faire d'erreur", met en garde le quotidien de reference Il Corriere della Sera.
- Hearing C-368/04 Transalpine Olleitung in Osterreich (text not available).
Though the CASVA publication focused exclusively on Italian medals, Perspectives expands the discussion to include transalpine material; even so, nine of the twelve essays are concerned predominantly with Italy, only two deal with Germany, and but one examines France.
Britain's newest monastery was set up a year ago when the ultra- traditonal order of Transalpine Redemptorists bought the 250-acre island from a local farmer for pounds 250,000.
Those whose knowledge of transalpine Counter-Reformation music is limited to Vienna and its tributaries will profit from this and Sehnal's other writings.
In addition, difficulties experienced in transalpine road traffic flow could lead to a temporary unilateral increase in road tolls.