See also: régional

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Etymology edit

From Middle French régional, from Latin regiōnālis.

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  • enPR: rē′jənəl, rēj′nəl, IPA(key): /ˈɹiːd͡ʒənəl/, /ˈɹiːd͡ʒnəl/
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regional (not comparable)

  1. Of, or pertaining to, a specific region or district.
  2. Of, or pertaining to, a large geographic region.
  3. Of, or pertaining to, one part of the body.
  4. (Australia) Of a state or other geographic area, those parts which are not metropolitan, but are somewhat densely populated and usually contain a number of significant towns.
    • 1988, Australian Bureau of Statistics, Year Book Australia[1], volume Issue 71, page 94:
      The new Remoteness Structure covers the whole of Australia and classifies Australia into regions which share common characteristics of remoteness. There are six Remoteness Areas in the Structure: Major Cities of Australia, Inner Regional Australia, Outer Regional Australia, Remote Australia, Very Remote Australia and Migratory.
    • 2005, Joy McCann, “Chapter 3: History and Memory in Australia′s Wheatlands”, in Graeme Davison, Marc Brodie, editors, Struggle Country: The Rural Ideal in Twentieth-Century Australia[2], page 03-1:
      The wheatlands region stretching across Australia offers a graphic illustration of the processes of social and economic change in rural and regional Australia.
    • 2011, Lee Mylne, Marc Llewellyn, Ron Crittall, Lee Atkinson, Frommer′s Australia 2011[3], unnumbered page:
      HEMA produces four-wheel-drive and motorbike road atlases and many regional four-wheel-drive maps—good if you plan to go off the trails—an atlas of Australia′s national parks, and maps to Kakadu and Lamington national parks.

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regional (plural regionals)

  1. An entity or event with scope limited to a single region.
    • 1985 March 11, James Connolly, “CPE big item on regionals′ omnivorous market menu”, in Computerworld[4], page 125:
      In the CPE[Customer Premises Equipment] market, all seven regionals are selling several sizes of private branch exchanges (PBX) and key systems for smaller customers.
    • 2001, Harold L. Vogel, Travel Industry Economics: A Guide for Financial Analysis[5], page 44:
      Regionals are among the fastest growing companies and, as the name implies, are those carriers that for the most part provide service to only one region of the country and generate revenue of under $100 million.
    • 2006, Franklynn Peterson, Judi Kesselman-Turkel, The Magazine Writer′s Handbook[6], page 12:
      Regional magazines are general interest publications for readers who live in a particular area of the country. Most major cities have their own regionals: New York, Chicago, Boston, Philadelphia, Kansas City, Miami []

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Borrowed from Latin regiōnālis.

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regional m or f (masculine and feminine plural regionals)

  1. regional

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regional

  1. regional

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  • Mirjejev, V. A.; Usejinov, S. M. (2002) Ukrajinsʹko-krymsʹkotatarsʹkyj slovnyk [Ukrainian – Crimean Tatar Dictionary]‎[7], Simferopol: Dolya, →ISBN

German edit

Etymology edit

Borrowed from Latin regiōnālis.

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regional (strong nominative masculine singular regionaler, not comparable)

  1. regional

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  • regional” in Digitales Wörterbuch der deutschen Sprache
  • regional” in Uni Leipzig: Wortschatz-Lexikon
  • regional” in Duden online

Indonesian edit

Etymology edit

From Dutch regionaal, from French régional, from Latin regionalis.

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  • IPA(key): [reɡiˈonal]
  • Rhymes: -nal, -al, -l
  • Hyphenation: ré‧gi‧o‧nal

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regional

  1. regional
    1. Of, or pertaining to, a specific region or district.
    2. Of, or pertaining to, a large geographic region.

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  • (of specific region or district): kedaerahan
  • (of large geographic region): serantau (Standard Malay)

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Norwegian Bokmål edit

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From French régional and English regional, from Latin regionalis.

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regional (masculine and feminine regional, neuter regionalt, definite singular and plural regionale)

  1. regional

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Norwegian Nynorsk edit

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From French régional and English regional, from Latin regionalis.

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regional (neuter regionalt, definite singular and plural regionale)

  1. regional

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Borrowed from Latin regiōnālis.

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regional m (feminine singular regionala, masculine plural regionals, feminine plural regionalas)

  1. regional

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Borrowed from Latin regiōnālis.

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  • (Brazil) IPA(key): /ʁe.ʒi.oˈnaw/ [he.ʒɪ.oˈnaʊ̯], (faster pronunciation) /ʁe.ʒjoˈnaw/ [he.ʒjoˈnaʊ̯]
    • (Rio de Janeiro) IPA(key): /ʁe.ʒi.oˈnaw/ [χe.ʒɪ.oˈnaʊ̯], (faster pronunciation) /ʁe.ʒjoˈnaw/ [χe.ʒjoˈnaʊ̯]
 
  • (Portugal) IPA(key): /ʁɨ.ʒjuˈnal/ [ʁɨ.ʒjuˈnaɫ]
    • (Southern Portugal) IPA(key): /ʁɨ.ʒjuˈna.li/

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regional m or f (plural regionais)

  1. regional (pertaining or limited to a specific region)

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Romanian edit

Etymology edit

Borrowed from French régional. By surface analysis, regiune +‎ -al.

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regional m or n (feminine singular regională, masculine plural regionali, feminine and neuter plural regionale)

  1. regional

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Spanish edit

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Borrowed from Latin regiōnālis.

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  • IPA(key): /rexjoˈnal/ [re.xjoˈnal]
  • Rhymes: -al
  • Syllabification: re‧gio‧nal

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regional m or f (masculine and feminine plural regionales)

  1. regional

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region +‎ -al

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regional (not comparable)

  1. regional; pertaining to a region or regions

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Inflection of regional
Indefinite Positive Comparative Superlative2
Common singular regional
Neuter singular regionalt
Plural regionala
Masculine plural3 regionale
Definite Positive Comparative Superlative
Masculine singular1 regionale
All regionala
1) Only used, optionally, to refer to things whose natural gender is masculine.
2) The indefinite superlative forms are only used in the predicative.
3) Dated or archaic

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