Traducción de regional en Español:


regional, adj.

Pronunciación /ˈridʒ(ə)n(ə)l//ˈriːdʒənl/


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    (autonomy/government/costume/dialect) regional
    regional aid ayuda regional femenino
    • regional development desarrollo regional
    • regional planning planificación regional
    • Mr Western, regional secretary of the Fire Brigades Union, was suspended after he refused to shave off his beard.
    • Prior to that he worked extensively in the UK and Ireland in local and regional development.
    • It is also important that smaller media players be able to provide important local and regional content.
    • The end result is a decrease in regional variation in attitudes, especially within the East.
    • The poverty line does not even account for regional variations in the cost of living!
    • I have had the honour of serving North Vancouver for many years at the local and regional level.
    • Those who do so are asked to fill in entry forms from their respective regional secretary.
    • The sense of national identity is no longer viewed as precluding local and regional identities.
    • There have also been many studies of local and regional politics.
    • Providing incentives for local and regional produce would fit very well under such schemes.
    • This also highlights a flaw in the reliance of national viewing figures since they fail to show regional variations in taste.
    • There were regional variations in Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland.
    • This possibly could be evidence of a regional variation associated with the South.
    • A relevant geographic market does not have to extend to the UK as a whole, but could be regional, or local.
    • Advocates promote the joy of leisurely dining and opt for regional cooking and local flavours.
    • This specialization tended to define more boldly the regional character of European agriculture.
    • In fact it is almost the last of the Australian cottage styles to show some regional variation.
    • The above patterns are national, but there are ethnic and regional variations.
    • All women gave written informed consent to join the study, which had local and regional ethics approval.
    • There has also been a tendency to form national alliances of local and regional organizations.