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na·tion·al

 (năsh′ə-nəl, năsh′nəl)
adj.
1.
a. Of, relating to, or characteristic of a nation: a national anthem.
b. Of or relating to nationality: their national origin.
2. Of or maintained by the government of a nation: a national landmark.
3. Devoted to one's own nation or its interests; patriotic.
n.
1. A citizen of a particular nation: a British national.
2. often nationals A contest or tournament involving participants from all parts of a nation.

na′tion·al·ly adv.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.nationally - with regard to a nation taken as a whole; "a nationally uniform culture"
2.nationally - extending throughout an entire nationnationally - extending throughout an entire nation; "nationally advertised"; "it was broadcast nationwide"
Translations
قَوْمِيّاً، وَطَنِيّاً
národně
á òjóîarvísu
národne
ülke çapındaulusça

nationally

[ˈnæʃnəlɪ] ADV [distributed] → por todo el país, a escala nacional; [available] → en todo el país
this is the case locally, but not nationallyeso es cierto a nivel local, pero no a nivel nacional
a nationally recognized qualificationuna titulación reconocida a nivel nacional or en todo el país

nationally

[ˈnæʃənəli] adv
[decide, organize] → à l'échelon national, nationalement
Should housing policy be decided nationally or locally? → La politique du logement doit-elle être décidée à l'échelon national ou local?, La politique du logement doit-elle être décidée nationalement ou localement?
[broadcast, televise, launch, distribute, advertise] → dans tout le pays, nationalement
[recognized, agreed] → nationalement
[available] → dans tout le pays
There are only 280 specialists available nationally to treat them → Il n'y a que 280 spécialistes dans tout le pays pour les traiter.national park nparc m nationalnational press npresse f nationaleNational Security Council n (US)conseil m national de sécuriténational service nservice m militaireNational Socialism nnational-socialisme mNational Trust n (British) organisme privé de sauvegarde des monuments historiques et des sitesnation-state nation state [ˌneɪʃənˈsteɪt] nÉtat-nation m

nationally

adv (= as a nation)als Nation; (= nationwide)im ganzen Land, landesweit; recognizedlandesweit; nationally televisedlandesweit im Fernsehen übertragen

nationally

[ˈnæʃnəlɪ] adv (consider) → da un punto di vista nazionale; (broadcast) → in tutto il paese; (apply) → a livello nazionale

nation

(ˈneiʃən) noun
1. a group of people living in a particular country, forming a single political and economic unit.
2. a large number of people who share the same history, ancestors, culture etc (whether or not they all live in the same country). the Jewish nation.
national (ˈnӕʃənəl) adjective
of or belonging to a particular nation. national government; national pride.
ˈnationally adverb
ˈnationalism (ˈnӕ-) noun
1. a sense of pride in the history, culture, achievements etc of one's nation.
2. the desire to bring the people of one's nation together under their own government.
ˈnationalist (ˈnӕ-) noun
ˌnationaˈlistic adjective
nationality (nӕʃəˈnӕləti) plural natioˈnalities noun
(the state of belonging to) a particular nation. `What nationality are you?' `I'm German'; You can see (people of) many nationalities in London.
ˈnationalize, ˈnationalise (ˈnӕ-) verb
to make (especially an industry) the property of the nation as a whole rather than the property of an individual.
ˌnationaliˈzation, ˌnationaliˈsation noun
national anthem
a nation's official song or hymn.
national service
in some countries, a period of compulsory service in the armed forces.
ˌnation-ˈwide adjective, adverb
(happening etc) throughout the whole nation. a nation-wide broadcast; They travelled nation-wide.
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Descended from generations victimised by the instruments of an arbitrary power, he was racially, nationally, and individually afraid of the police.
During the ceremony, awards were given to Anna Georgiou for achieving the 1 st place nationally at P1 and P3 papers in the September 2016 and 2017 exam sittings respectively, to Zoe Alexandrou for the 1 st place nationally at P6 paper and for completing all ACCA exams in the December 2016 exam sitting, to Elena Christodoulou for the 3 rd place nationally for completing all ACCA exams in the June 2017 exam sitting, to Andreas Ellinas for the 1 st place nationally at F6 paper in the December 2016 exam sitting, to Stanislav Brytskyi for the 1 st place nationally at F8 paper in the September 2017 exam sitting and to Ekaterina Makarova for the 1 st place nationally at the P5 paper in the September 2017 exam sitting.
F-gas, refrigeration and air-conditioning, energy efficiency, climate policy (intended nationally determined contribution, nationally appropriate mitigation action, indented nationally determined contribution)
In 2009, fourth-graders in 6 districts recorded higher scores than fourth-graders in large cities nationally.
It found an 11 percent decrease nationally in ninth-graders' frequent marijuana use (defined as use during the previous 30 days).
Dabit, the high court ruled that plaintiffs' lawyers no longer may bring securities class action lawsuits in state courts where the securities at issue are listed nationally and traded on a national exchange.
DHG's mission is to grow its portfolio nationally through acquisitions, management contracts, joint ventures and investment partnerships.
The NUT is angry at changes nationally which would see a move away from the current management allowance system to Teaching and Learning Responsibilities Payments.
We provide comprehensive planning for campuses nationally, including master planning and strategic planning.
Now, Alcoa has announced another beverage industry packaging innovation with its participation in Pittsburgh Brewing Company's new aluminum bottle for its Iron City brand beer--touted as the first beer to be introduced nationally in an aluminum bottle in the North American beer industry.
30% of boys in small town areas were overweight, compared with 25% nationally (based on the internationally recognized Body Mass Index);
The chronic pain measure improved each quarter nationally since the program began, CMS says.

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