Noun(1) one living on or coming from the other side of the Alps from Italy
Adjective(1) on or relating to or characteristic of the region or peoples beyond the Alps from Italy (or north of the Alps
(1) These men belonged to a transalpine cultural world.(2) Communications were improved through extensive construction of roads and waterways, most notably the transalpine Simplon Pass, completed in 1805.(3) In Renaissance Diplomacy Garrett Mattingly traces the development of the residential form of diplomacy among the five Italian city-states that eventually made its way into transalpine Europe.(4) Local specialities like marinated eel with shallots co-exist with transalpine dishes involving foie gras or oysters.(5) Transalpine freight in border-to-border transit shall be carried by rail.(6) The government is negotiating to buy a share in the Transalpine Pipeline, which pumps Azeri oil from the Italian port of Trieste to Germany, in a bid to lower energy dependence on Russia.
(1) transalpine :: transalpine
1. ultramontane ::
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