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mu·nic·i·pal

 (myo͞o-nĭs′ə-pəl)
adj.
1.
a. Of, relating to, or typical of a municipality.
b. Having local self-government.
c. Issued on the authority of a local or state government.
2. Of or relating to the internal affairs of a nation.
n.
A municipal bond: invested in tax-free municipals.

[Latin mūnicipālis, from mūnicipium, town, from mūniceps, citizen : mūnus, public office, duty; see mei- in Indo-European roots + capere, to take; see kap- in Indo-European roots.]

mu·nic′i·pal·ly adv.
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Adv.1.municipally - by municipality; "municipally funded"
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Translations
بَلَدِيّاً
komunálně
kommunalt
helyhatóságilag
á vegum sveitar/borgar
komunálne
belediye kanalıylabelediyece

municipally

advvon der Stadt or Gemeinde; municipally ownedim Besitz der Stadt or Gemeinde
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municipal

(mjuˈnisipəl) adjective
of, or controlled or owned by, the government of a city or town. the municipal buildings.
muˈnicipally adverb
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