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ge·o·graph·ic

 (jē′ə-grăf′ĭk) also ge·o·graph·i·cal (-ĭ-kəl)
adj.
1. Of or relating to geography.
2. Concerning the topography of a specific region.

ge′o·graph′i·cal·ly adv.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.geographically - with respect to geography; "they are geographically closer to the center of town"
Translations
جُغْرافِيَّا
zeměpisně
geografiskt
földrajzilag
landfræîilega
zemepisne
coğrafyaya ait

geographically

[dʒɪəˈgræfɪkəlɪ] ADVgeográficamente
geographically speakingdesde el punto de vista geográfico

geographically

[ˌdʒiːəˈgræfɪkəli] advgéographiquement

geographically

adv isolatedgeografisch; (introducing sentence) → geografisch gesehen

geographically

[ˌdʒɪəˈgræfɪklɪ] advgeograficamente

geography

(dʒiˈogrəfi) noun
the science that describes the surface of the Earth and its inhabitants. He is studying geography.
geˈographer noun
a person who studies geography.
geographic(al) (dʒiəˈgrӕfik(əl)) adjective
a geographical study of the area.
ˌgeoˈgraphically adverb
References in classic literature ?
The long-distance talks, especially, have grown to be indispensable to the corporations whose plants are scattered and geographically misplaced--to the mills of New England, for instance, that use the cotton of the South and sell so much of their product to the Middle West.
Then by degrees, in the silurian period, the tops of the mountains began to appear, the islands emerged, then disappeared in partial deluges, reappeared, became settled, formed continents, till at length the earth became geographically arranged, as we see in the present day.
He saw the map which Monte Cristo had been examining when he entered, and said, "You seem geographically engaged, sir?
The intervening mountains generally two or three thousand feet above the level of the sea geographically define the territories of each of these hostile tribes, who never cross them, save on some expedition of war or plunder.
Lord Howe belongs to the Solomons neither geographically nor ethnologically.
But while his imagination thus roved over "the seas," his grave companions were considering things more geographically.
There are a few allusions to China in this book, all of which were written before I had been in China, and are not intended to be taken by the reader as geographically accurate.
Empire Zones, formerly called Economic Development Zones, are geographically defined areas where businesses have access to vacant land, existing industrial and commercial infrastructure, a skilled workforce and abundant resources such as power and water supplies.
In recent decades, though, biologists have found populations that seem to be splitting even though they could in theory mingle geographically.
In addition to protection against regional disasters, there could be other reasons for deploying systems across multiple data centers in different geographic locations such as providing "local access" to users spread across a wide geographic area or to take advantage of existing IT resource skills and infrastructure in the companies geographically dispersed data centers.
The scale was developed to measure degree of confidence in condom use and it was initially tested for use among a geographically diverse population of patients who visited sexually transmitted disease (STD) clinics.
With the exception of Rhipicephalus sanguineus, the brown dog tick, which is distributed worldwide, tick species of medical importance are very geographically specific.

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