Mare-clausum



[mair-ee klaw-suh m, mahr-ey; Latin mah-re klou-soo m] /ˈmɛər i ˈklɔ səm, ˈmɑr eɪ; Latin ˈmɑ rɛ ˈklaʊ sʊm/

noun
1.
a body of navigable water under the sole jurisdiction of a nation.
/ˈmɑːreɪ ˈklaʊsʊm/
noun
1.
(law) a sea coming under the jurisdiction of one nation and closed to all others Compare mare liberum

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