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 (trăns-năsh′ə-nəl, trănz-)
1. Reaching beyond or transcending national boundaries: "the transnational ramifications of terror networks" (Emanuel Litvinoff).
2. Relating to or involving several nations or nationalities: transnational organizations.


(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) extending beyond the boundaries, interests, etc, of a single nation


(trænsˈnæʃ ə nl, trænz-)

going beyond national boundaries or interests.
trans•na′tion•al•ism, n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.transnational - involving or operating in several nations or nationalitiestransnational - involving or operating in several nations or nationalities; "multinational corporations"; "transnational terrorist networks"
international - concerning or belonging to all or at least two or more nations; "international affairs"; "an international agreement"; "international waters"


A. ADJtransnacional
B. Ntransnacional f
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The countries from which these immigrant groups or "transnationals" originated ("homelands")--and the countries that the transnationals often inhabit--"host lands"--can be understood as a single field.
Asylum seekers and refugees have been key players in the making of diasporas and transnational communities.
The terms diaspora and transnational have simultaneously become metaphors and categories that include various communities of displaced people, circulating migrants and people in limbo.
However, important subtle differences between the transnationals and the Big Three do exist "above" the bottom line, in terms of business relations and the criteria for qualifying plastics processors as suppliers.
However, it's important to note that while strong similarities can be identified, the Japanese transnationals do not operate as a monolithic unit.
auto production for the seven transnationals in 1991 registered 1,359,042 vehicles, representing 15% of total U.
Recruiting management from their overseas subsidiaries and finding shareholders around the world, the transnationals have been losing, some deliberately shedding, their national identities.
Competition among the transnationals in the world market turns on their relative control of market forces and their choice of global strategy.
was ordered to prepare recommendations for the regulation of the transnationals, to be agreed upon and issued from the summit.
Following the argument of institutional theory in providing stability and meaning to social behavior, in matters of moral conduct the transnational is likely to yield to at least four policing authorities: (1) itself, in terms of the integrity of its management and by decision-making that follows its own code of ethics, (2) other corporations within its competitive set, (3) governmental agencies including those of the host country, and (4) public exposure, which includes the media as well as non-governmental agencies such as offshore watchdog groups.
Critical factors in transnational oil companies localization decisions - clusters and portfolio optimization
This distinct transnational space created not only through trans national practices but also through memory, commemoration and articulation of struggle.

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