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internacionāls

See also: internacionals

LatvianEdit

EtymologyEdit

Via other European languages, ultimately a borrowing from English international (apparently coined in 1780 by Jeremy Bentham from Latin inter (between) and New Latin nationalis), adapted to follow Latvian patterns ( +‎ -āls).

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AdjectiveEdit

internacionāls (def. internacionālais, comp. internacionālāks, sup. visinternacionālākais; adv. internacionāli)

  1. international (relating to many or all nations or countries)
    internacionāls kongressinternational congress
  2. international (relating to internationalism)
    'internacionālā audzināšanainternational education (aimed at developing the feeling of friendship between nations)

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