What does "trans-national enterprise " mean in this sentence ?
These formed only the tip of the iceberg, however. Anglo-American collaboration was becoming an unprecedented trans-national enterprise. Hopkins would now expedite Lend-Lease from the White House assisted by his aide Averell Harriman in London.
- RPLv 78 months agoFavorite Answer
In this sentence, transnational is another way of saying international, meaning the ties between the US and UK.
- jehenLv 78 months ago
Across national borders
- Anonymous8 months ago
Between countries or more accurately governments.
- Bill BLv 68 months ago
It means the US & England were working together.