See also: trans-equatorial
transequatorial (not comparable)
- Across the equator.
2007 September 18, Natalie Angier, “Songs and Sojourns of the Season”, in New York Times:
- The birds were all down in the dumps poking and swishing for prey of their own — insects, worms, crustaceans, anything to help replenish their fat stores for the next leg of their long, possibly transequatorial flight.