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re·gion·al

 (rē′jə-nəl)
adj.
1. Of or relating to a large geographic region.
2. Of or relating to a particular region or district.
3. Of or affecting a region of the body: regional pain.
4. Of or characteristic of a form of a language that is distributed in identifiable geographic areas and differs in pronunciation, grammar, or vocabulary from the standard form.
n.
Something, such as a magazine or a company branch, that serves a region: "earlier attempts to launch glossy regionals for women" (Business Week).

re′gion·al·ly adv.

regional

(ˈriːdʒənəl)
adj
1. (Government, Politics & Diplomacy) of, characteristic of, or limited to a region: the regional dialects of English.
2. (Physical Geography) of, characteristic of, or limited to a region: the regional dialects of English.
ˈregionally adv

re•gion•al

(ˈri dʒə nl)

adj.
1. of or pertaining to a region of considerable extent; not merely local.
2. of or pertaining to a particular region, area, or part, as of a country or the body.
re′gion•al•ly, adv.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.regional - characteristic of a region; "regional flora"
2.regional - related or limited to a particular region; "a regional dialect"
territorial - belonging to the territory of any state or ruler; "territorial rights"

regional

adjective local, district, provincial, parochial, sectional, zonal concern about regional security

regional

adjective
Relating to or restricted to a particular territory:
Translations
إقْليميإقْلِيميّ
krajovýoblastníregionální
regional
piirkondlik
alueellinen
regionalan
regionális
svæîisbundinn; héraîs-
地域の
지역의
krajovýoblastnýregionálny
pokrajinski
regional
เกี่ยวกับเขตนั้นๆ
thuộc khu vực

regional

[ˈriːdʒənl]
A. ADJ [conflicts, autonomy, government, accent] → regional
B. CPD regional authority Nautoridad f regional
regional council N (Scot) → consejo m regional
regional development N (Brit) (Admin) → desarrollo m regional
regional development grant Nsubsidio m para el desarrollo regional
regional planning Nplanificación f regional

regional

[ˈriːdʒənəl] adj [council, goverment, capital] → régional(e); [development, planning] → régional(e)
a regional accent → un accent régional

regional

adjregional; regional developmentGebietserschließung f; regional televisionRegionalfernsehen nt

regional

[ˈriːdʒənl] adjregionale
regional development (Brit) (Admin) → sviluppo economico delle regioni
regional development fund → fondo per lo sviluppo regionale

region

(ˈriːdʒən) noun
a part of a country, the world etc. Do you know this region well?; in tropical regions.
ˈregional adjective
regional variations in speech.
ˈregionally adverb
in the region of
about; around; near. The cost of the new building will be somewhere in the region of $200,000.

regional

إقْلِيميّ regionální regional regional περιφερειακός regional alueellinen régional regionalan regionale 地域の 지역의 regionaal regional regionalny regional областной regional เกี่ยวกับเขตนั้นๆ bölgesel thuộc khu vực 地域性的

re·gion·al

a. regional;
___ medical programsprogramas médicos ___ -es.

regional

adj regional
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I'm more focused on the team and winning regionals.
He has been in big games since his freshman year, when he pitched in UCIrvine's first trip to the regionals.
There are few regionals up for sale right now, he said, and few takers because cash flow is down and the prices are still so "big".
If the recession continues to take hold," he said, "the upscale regionals are going to suffer as people discover the joys of shopping in K-Mart.
Limited, the parent company of Newsquest, has entered into an agreement with Independent News and Media Limited for the acquisition of its Greater London regional publishing business ("Independent Regionals Business") for GBP 60 million (U.
The Independent Regionals Business consists of 45 Greater London regional newspapers, including the Post Newspaper Series and the Kentish Times Newspaper Series.
There's so much parity in college softball now that everything has become a factor and being able to stay at home for regionals is just one factor in our favor,'' UCLA coach Sue Enquist said.
Apparently all it took for UCLA to earn the right to host an NCAA regional softball tournament was winning a national championship.
In fact, a case can be made for each of the six California teams clustered together in the USC and Stanford regionals to reach Omaha.
The picks: Here's an educated guess at the winners of the 16 regionals (and the ensuing Super Regional pairings): Florida State vs.
In the old days of winning six-team regionals to reach the College World Series, three starters as talented as USC's wouldn't be enough.
A meeting between the Waves (24-5) and the Bulldogs (15-10) would lend an interesting twist to the regionals as first-year Pepperdine coach Peter Smith and three of his key players - Kelly Gullett, Robert Lindstedt and Eni Ghidirmic - were part of the Fresno State squad just last year.

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