a sea surrounded by Africa, Europe, and Asia. 2400 miles (3865 km) long; 1,145,000 sq. mi. (2,965,550 sq. km); greatest known depth 14,436 feet (4400 meters).
a large inland sea between S Europe, N Africa, and SW Asia: linked with the Atlantic by the Strait of Gibraltar, with the Red Sea by the Suez Canal, and with the Black Sea by the Dardanelles, Sea of Marmara, and Bosporus; many ancient civilizations developed around its shores. Greatest depth: 4770 m (15 900 ft). Length: (west to east) over 3700 km (2300 miles). Greatest width: about 1370 km (850 miles). Area: (excluding the Black Sea) 2 512 300 sq km (970 000 sq miles) Ancient name Mare Internum
Sea surrounded by Europe, Asia, and Africa.
[mee-dee-uh m] /ˈmi di əm/ noun, plural media [mee-dee-uh] /ˈmi di ə/ (Show IPA), for 1–9, 11, mediums for 1–11, 14. 1. a middle state or condition; mean. 2. something intermediate in nature or degree. 3. an intervening substance, as air, through which a force acts or an effect is produced. 4. the element that […]
noun, U.S. Military. 1. guns and howitzers of more than 105mm and less than 155mm caliber, sometimes including the 155mm howitzers. Compare (def 2), (def 2).
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noun, Military. 1. a moderately large airplane capable of carrying large bomb loads for moderate distances at medium altitudes, especially one having a gross loaded weight of 100,000 to 250,000 pounds (45,000 to 113,000 kg).