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re·gion·al

 (rē′jə-nəl)
adj.
1. Of or relating to a large geographic region.
2. Of or relating to a particular region or district.
3. Of or affecting a region of the body: regional pain.
4. Of or characteristic of a form of a language that is distributed in identifiable geographic areas and differs in pronunciation, grammar, or vocabulary from the standard form.
n.
Something, such as a magazine or a company branch, that serves a region: "earlier attempts to launch glossy regionals for women" (Business Week).

re′gion·al·ly adv.

regional

(ˈriːdʒənəl)
adj
1. (Government, Politics & Diplomacy) of, characteristic of, or limited to a region: the regional dialects of English.
2. (Physical Geography) of, characteristic of, or limited to a region: the regional dialects of English.
ˈregionally adv

re•gion•al

(ˈri dʒə nl)

adj.
1. of or pertaining to a region of considerable extent; not merely local.
2. of or pertaining to a particular region, area, or part, as of a country or the body.
re′gion•al•ly, adv.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.regional - characteristic of a region; "regional flora"
2.regional - related or limited to a particular region; "a regional dialect"
territorial - belonging to the territory of any state or ruler; "territorial rights"

regional

adjective local, district, provincial, parochial, sectional, zonal concern about regional security

regional

adjective
Relating to or restricted to a particular territory:
Translations
إقْليميإقْلِيميّ
krajovýoblastníregionální
regional
piirkondlik
alueellinen
regionalan
regionális
svæîisbundinn; héraîs-
地域の
지역의
krajovýoblastnýregionálny
pokrajinski
regional
เกี่ยวกับเขตนั้นๆ
thuộc khu vực

regional

[ˈriːdʒənl]
A. ADJ [conflicts, autonomy, government, accent] → regional
B. CPD regional authority Nautoridad f regional
regional council N (Scot) → consejo m regional
regional development N (Brit) (Admin) → desarrollo m regional
regional development grant Nsubsidio m para el desarrollo regional
regional planning Nplanificación f regional

regional

[ˈriːdʒənəl] adj [council, goverment, capital] → régional(e); [development, planning] → régional(e)
a regional accent → un accent régional

regional

adjregional; regional developmentGebietserschließung f; regional televisionRegionalfernsehen nt

regional

[ˈriːdʒənl] adjregionale
regional development (Brit) (Admin) → sviluppo economico delle regioni
regional development fund → fondo per lo sviluppo regionale

region

(ˈriːdʒən) noun
a part of a country, the world etc. Do you know this region well?; in tropical regions.
ˈregional adjective
regional variations in speech.
ˈregionally adverb
in the region of
about; around; near. The cost of the new building will be somewhere in the region of $200,000.

regional

إقْلِيميّ regionální regional regional περιφερειακός regional alueellinen régional regionalan regionale 地域の 지역의 regionaal regional regionalny regional областной regional เกี่ยวกับเขตนั้นๆ bölgesel thuộc khu vực 地域性的

re·gion·al

a. regional;
___ medical programsprogramas médicos ___ -es.

regional

adj regional
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