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in·land

 (ĭn′lənd)
adj.
1. Of, relating to, or located in the interior part of a country or region: inland freshwater lakes and ponds.
2. Chiefly British Operating or applying within the borders of a country or region; domestic: inland tariffs.
adv.
In, toward, or into the interior of a country or region.
n. (-lănd′, -lənd)
The interior of a country or region.

in′land′er n.

inland

adj
1. (Physical Geography) of, concerning, or located in the interior of a country or region away from a sea or border
2. chiefly Brit operating within a country or region; domestic; not foreign
n
(Physical Geography) the interior of a country or region
adv
(Physical Geography) towards or into the interior of a country or region
ˈinlander n

in•land

(adj. ˈɪn lənd; adv., n. -ˌlænd, -lənd)

adj.
1. pertaining to or situated in the interior part of a country or region: inland cities.
2. Chiefly Brit. domestic or internal.
adv.
3. in or toward the interior of a country.
n.
4. the interior part of a country.
[before 950]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.inland - situated away from an area's coast or border
coastal - located on or near or bordering on a coast; "coastal marshes"; "coastal waters"; "the Atlantic coastal plain"
Adv.1.inland - towards or into the interior of a region; "the town is five miles inland"

inland

adjective interior, internal, upcountry a quiet inland town
Translations
داخِليفي أو نَحْو الداخِلفي داخِل البِلاد
tuzemskýve vnitrozemívnitrozemský
inde i landetindenlands
belföldön
inn í landiinnanlands-upplands-, sem liggur inn i landi
esantis krašto gilumojeį krašto gilumąkrašto gilumoje
iekšējs-iekšzemes-zemes iekšienē
vnútrozemskývo vnútrozemí
denizden uzakiç kısımlarda yapılaniçeriye doğrukıyıdan içeriye

inland

[ˈɪnlənd]
A. ADJ [town] → del interior; [trade] → interior
B. ADV (in) → tierra adentro; (towards) → hacia el interior
C. CPD Inland Revenue N (Brit) → Hacienda f
inland sea Nmar m interior
inland waterways NPLcanales mpl y ríos mpl

inland

[ˈɪnlənd]
adj [place, town] → à l'intérieur des terres; [sea] → intérieur(e)
a small inland town → une petite ville à l'intérieur des terres
inland waterways → canaux mpl et rivières fpl
[ɪnˈlænd] adv [live, travel, go] → à l'intérieur des terres
They live further inland → Ils vivent plus loin à l'intérieur des terres.Inland Revenue n (British) the Inland Revenue → le Trésor publicInland Revenue Service n (US) the Inland Revenue Service → le Trésor publicin-laws [ˈɪnlɔːz] npl (= parents-in-law) → beaux-parents mpl; (others)belle-famille f

inland

adj
waterwaybinnenländisch; inland navigationBinnenschifffahrt f; inland townStadt fim Landesinneren
(= domestic) produceinländisch; inland mailInlandspost f; inland tradeBinnenhandel m

inland

:
inland lake
nBinnensee m
Inland Revenue
n (Brit) → ˜ Finanzamt nt
inland sea
nBinnenmeer nt

inland

[ˈɪnlænd]
1. adj (town) → dell'interno; (mail) → nazionale, interno/a; (sea, waterway) → interno/a
2. adv (location) → nell'entroterra; (travel) → verso l'interno

inland

(ˈinlənd) adjective
1. not beside the sea. inland areas.
2. done etc inside a country. inland trade.
(inˈland) adverb
in, or towards, the parts of the land away from the sea. These flowers grow better inland.
References in classic literature ?
Inlanders all, they come from lanes and alleys, streets and avenues, --north, east, south, and west.
More than 200 full-color images (each with brief, descriptive captions) reveal the bay's waterscape, wildlife, ecology, history, and present day, as well as its inhabitants: declining numbers of watermen who live by crabbing and oystering, and wealthy inlanders seeking escape from the stresses of urban life.
Karel Steenbrink's second volume on the documentation of the history of the Catholics in Indonesia makes reference to the kerkhoofdenconferenties, or Catholic leadership conferences, that were held in Batavia in the early 1920s and drew particular attention to the strong sense of nationaliteitsgevoel der inlanders (the national pride of natives) that often stood in the way of evangelization efforts.
Their schooling created an awareness of a new form of social and cultural distance: schooling was a privilege that came with social and bureaucratic status and wealth and there were those who were excluded and who came to be categorised variously as belonging to the doenia kampoeng, as inlanders (natives) and koeno (backward) or bodoh (stupid, unschooled).
travel permit that made it nearly impossible for inlanders to travel to border