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lo·cal

 (lō′kəl)
adj.
1.
a. Of, relating to, or characteristic of a particular place: a local custom; the local slang.
b. Of or relating to a city, town, or district rather than a larger area: state and local government.
2. Not broad or general; not widespread: local outbreaks of flu.
3. Of or affecting a specific part of the body: a local infection.
4. Making all possible or scheduled stops on a route; not express: a local train.
n.
1. A public conveyance that makes several intermediate stops before the final destination is reached: changed trains to a local.
2. A local chapter or branch of an organization, especially of a labor union.
3. A local anesthetic.
4. Informal A person from a particular locality.

[Middle English, from Old French, from Late Latin locālis, from Latin locus, place.]

lo′cal·ly adv.
lo′cal·ness n.

locally

(ˈləʊkəlɪ)
adv
within a particular area or place
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.locally - by a particular locality; "it was locally decided"
2.locally - to a restricted area of the bodylocally - to a restricted area of the body; "apply this medicine topically"
Translations
مَحَلِيّاً
místně
lokalt
helyileg
á afmörkuîu svæîi
miestne
yerel olarak

locally

[ˈləʊkəlɪ] ADV
1. (= in the area) [live, work] → en las cercanías; [make, produce] → en la región (or la zona, la localidad, ); [buy] → en las tiendas del barrio (or la zona, la localidad, )
to be known locally asconocerse localmente como
she's very well known locallyes muy conocida en el barrio (or la zona, la localidad, )
I prefer to shop locallyprefiero comprar en las tiendas del barrio or del pueblo
2. (= at local level) [decide, vote] → a nivel local
both nationally and locallytanto a nivel nacional como regional

locally

[ˈləʊkəli] advlocalement
A fifth of the drugs consumed in Japan are produced locally → Un cinquième des drogues consommées au Japon sont produites localement.local politics nla vie politique localelocal time nheure f locale

locally

advam Ort; (Med) → örtlich; houses are dear locallyHäuser sind hier teuer; I prefer to shop locallyich kaufe lieber im Ort ein; the shops are situated locallydie Geschäfte befinden sich in der Nähe; do you live locally?wohnen Sie am Ort?; I work in Glasgow but I don’t live locallyich arbeite in Glasgow, wohne aber nicht hier/da; it is known locally as Tarzanes wird von den Einheimischen Tarzan genannt; was she well-known locally?war sie in dieser Gegend sehr bekannt?; it was organized both nationally and locallyes wurde sowohl auf nationaler als auch auf lokaler Ebene organisiert; if each district is locally governedwenn jeder Bezirk regional regiert wird; the plant grows locallydie Pflanze wächst in dieser Gegend; locally grown or producedin der Region angebaut

locally

[ˈləʊkəlɪ] adv (nearby) → nei paraggi, nelle vicinanze; (in the locality) → sul posto, in loco
there will be showers locally → il tempo sarà localmente piovoso, ci saranno locali rovesci

local

(ˈləukəl) adjective
belonging to a certain place or district. The local shops are very good; local problems.
ˈlocally adverb
locality (ləˈkaləti) plural loˈcalities noun
a district. Public transport is a problem in this locality.
locate (ləˈkeit) , ((American) ˈloukeit) verb
1. to set in a particular place or position. The kitchen is located in the basement.
2. to find the place or position of. He located the street he was looking for on the map.
loˈcation (-ˈkeiʃən) noun
1. position or situation.
2. the act of locating.
on location
(of filming) in natural surroundings outside the studio.
References in classic literature ?
Then the White Man crept back to his bed, and the shivering natives, fortified with gin, or squareface, as it is called locally, took refuge on the second wagon, drawing a tent-sail over them.
Just locally," he grinned reminiscently, "just locally.
In some of the most recent beds, though undoubtedly of high antiquity if measured by years, only one or two species are lost forms, and only one or two are new forms, having here appeared for the first time, either locally, or, as far as we know, on the face of the earth.
The most substantial part consisted of women from the smaller manufacturing towns, who were too elegant to have their frocks made locally and not sufficiently acquainted with London to discover good dressmakers within their means.
It floods the banks, extends in great lagoons over a monstrous waste of country, and forms a huge district, called locally the Gapo, which is for the most part too marshy for foot-travel and too shallow for boating.
Durbeyfield was what was locally called a slack-twisted fellow; he had good strength to work at times; but the times could not be relied on to coincide with the hours of requirement; and, having been unaccustomed to the regular toil of the day-labourer, he was not particularly persistent when they did so coincide.
At the time of the death of Mr Ira Nutcombe, the only all-the-year-round inhabitants were the butcher, the grocer, the chemist, the other customary fauna of villages, and Miss Elizabeth Boyd, who rented the ramshackle farm known locally as Flack's and eked out a precarious livelihood by keeping bees.
These woods are locally supposed to be the extreme fringe of the great Weald forest, which thins away until it reaches the northern chalk downs.
I answered that certainly it would be most easy, but that we solicitors had a system of agency one for the other, so that local work could be done locally on instruction from any solicitor, so that the client, simply placing himself in the hands of one man, could have his wishes carried out by him without further trouble.
Three times a week she churned, and her butter became locally famous.
Among the women was one who painted portraits, another who was a professional musician, and still another who possessed the degree of Doctor of Sociology and who was locally famous for her social settlement work in the slums of San Francisco.
He threw aside a profession in which he was already locally famous.