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Transatlantic is an adjective describing something that spans or crosses the Atlantic Ocean.
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Transatlantic (or Trans-Atlantic or TransAtlantic) may refer to:
- Transatlantic Pictures, a film production company formed and jointly owned by Alfred Hitchcock and Sidney Bernstein that existed 1948–1950
- Transatlantic Enterprises, an American production company which made six telemovies in Australia in the late 1970s
- Transatlantic (film), a 1931 comedy starring Edmund Lowe
- Transatlantic (1998 film), a Croatian film directed by Mladen Juran
- Trans-Atlantyk a 1953 novel by Polish writer Witold Gombrowicz
- TransAtlantic (novel), a 2013 book by Colum McCann
- Transatlantic Records, an independent record label active in the UK in the 1960s and 1970s
- Transatlantic (band), a progressive rock supergroup
- The Transatlantics, an Australian funk and soul band
- Transatlantic (opera), a 1928 opera by George Antheil
Ships and shipping companies
- TransAtlantic Lines, a Greenwich, Connecticut-based shipping company
- MV TransAtlantic, a container ship owned and operated by TransAtlantic Lines
- One of the names of the fully rigged ship Mersey (1894)
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