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Pacific Ocean

  

      n   the world's largest and deepest ocean, lying between Asia and Australia and North and South America: almost landlocked in the north, linked with the Arctic Ocean only by the Bering Strait, and extending to Antarctica in the south; has exceptionally deep trenches, and a large number of volcanic and coral islands. Area: about 165760000 sq. km (64000000 sq. miles). Average depth: 4215 m (14050 ft.). Greatest depth: Challenger Deep (in the Marianas Trench), 11033 m (37073 ft.). Greatest width: (between Panama and Mindanao, Philippines) 17066 km (10600 miles)  
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pacific  
      adj  
1    tending or conducive to peace; conciliatory  
2    not aggressive; opposed to the use of force  
3    free from conflict; peaceful  
     (C16: from Old French pacifique, from Latin pacificus, from pax peace + facere to make)  
  pacifically      adv  


Indo-Pacific  
      adj  
1    of or relating to the region of the Indian and W Pacific Oceans off the coast of SE Asia  
      n  
2    a hypothetical family of languages relating the languages of New Guinea other than Malayo-Polynesian. Tentative affiliations with Malayo-Polynesian or Australian languages have been suggested  
Pacific  
      n  
1       the. short for       Pacific Ocean  
      adj  
2    of or relating to the Pacific Ocean or its islands  
Pacific Islands  
      pl n   a former Trust Territory; an island group in the W Pacific Ocean, mandated to Japan after World War I and assigned to the U.S. by the United Nations in 1947: comprised 2141 islands (96 inhabited) of the Caroline, Marshall, and Mariana groups (excluding Guam). In 1978 the Northern Marianas became a commonwealth in union with the U.S. The three remaining entities consisting of the Marshall Islands, the Republic of Belau (formerly Palau), and the Federated States of Micronesia became self-governing during the period 1979--80. In 1982 they signed agreements of free association with the U.S. Administrative centre: Saipan (Mariana Islands). Land area: about 1800 sq. km (700 sq. miles), scattered over about 7500000 sq. km (3000000 sq. miles) of ocean  
Pacific Northwest  
      n   the region of North America lying north of the Columbia River and west of the Rockies  
Pacific Ocean  
      n   the world's largest and deepest ocean, lying between Asia and Australia and North and South America: almost landlocked in the north, linked with the Arctic Ocean only by the Bering Strait, and extending to Antarctica in the south; has exceptionally deep trenches, and a large number of volcanic and coral islands. Area: about 165760000 sq. km (64000000 sq. miles). Average depth: 4215 m (14050 ft.). Greatest depth: Challenger Deep (in the Marianas Trench), 11033 m (37073 ft.). Greatest width: (between Panama and Mindanao, Philippines) 17066 km (10600 miles)  
Pacific rim  
      n   the regions, countries, etc., that lie on the western shores of the Pacific Ocean, esp. in the context of their developing manufacturing capacity and consumer markets  
Pacific Standard Time  
      n   one of the standard times used in North America, based on the local time of the 120° meridian, eight hours behind Greenwich Mean Time,   (Abbrev.)    PST  

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pacific

  
1    appeasing, conciliatory, diplomatic, irenic, pacificatory, peacemaking, placatory, propitiatory  
2    dovelike, dovish, friendly, gentle, mild, nonbelligerent, nonviolent, pacifist, peaceable, peace-loving  
3    at peace, calm, halcyon, peaceful, placid, quiet, serene, smooth, still, tranquil, unruffled  
  
Antonyms     
   aggressive, antagonistic, belligerent, hostile, nonconciliatory, pugnacious, unforgiving, unfriendly, violent, warlike  

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n.
a column of air whirling around and towards a more or less vertical axis of low pressure, which moves along the land or ocean surface
n.
renewable energy obtainable on coasts based on the sea or ocean low and high tides
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