Translation of interstate in Spanish:

interstate

entre estados, adj.

Pronunciation: /ɪntəˈsteɪt//ˈɪn(t)ərˌsteɪt/

adjective

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    (communications/rivalry/commerce) entre estados
    (commerce/communications/rivalry) interestatal
    • Under federal law, states were prohibited from imposing segregation in interstate travel.
    • Because nearly every gun has traveled in or affected interstate commerce, the federal law of possessing guns in school zones is essentially the same today as it was pre-Lopez.
    • Congress could have been much broader here: they could have made the conduct a crime when it occurs anywhere in the U.S. so long as the image travels in interstate commerce.
    • I often wonder if all clubs should add training about handling interstate travel into their welfare programs.
    • The 1992 law that Potter refers to is the Animal Enterprise Protection Act, and makes a federal crime of the intentional physical disruption of an animal enterprise involving interstate travel.
    • I'd actually like to be able to come down for MIFF, but both festivals fall during the final two or three weeks of second semester and it's hard enough working around classes let alone around interstate travel!
    • The statute is not limited to possession in or even affecting interstate commerce, or to possession of a firearm that has traveled in interstate commerce.
    • External boundaries of such zones are defined on the basis of earlier international treaties and the existing practice of interstate relations.
    • There's a novel idea, relocate some of the existing interstate clubs to Victoria, and I might get to see some finals action within 500 km of my home.
    • In the last decade interstate travel increased 37 percent, but miles of public roads increased only 5 percent.
    • In fact, it was a ticket for interstate travel from Queensland to New South Wales and back but we did not know that, your Honour.
    • And there were restrictions placed on interstate travel.
    • The interstate shipment of stolen goods offence carries a maximum penalty of ten years in prison.
    • Reed defines them both as ‘professionals’ in the sense that they made a living primarily from carrying on interstate trade by sea for a significant period of their lives.
    • Additional vaccinations, heartworm testing, preventative medication, and/or a health certificate may be needed for interstate travel.
    • He was traveling on a dark interstate road with a 75 MPH posted speed limit.
    • They paid for their memberships, their interstate travel, their merchandise and donated through their hard work, the use of their homes for functions, their endless hours trying to improve the club.
    • Because of the distances involved, and the changes in railway gauges between the states, some 80-90% of Australian interstate trade was carried by sea.
    • They argued that it was enough that the communications in that case travelled by means of an instrument of interstate commerce, such as the phone system.
    • The law forbade segregation in interstate travel services; however, segregation still existed and this is what forced the students to protest.

noun

US

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    carretera interestatal feminine
    carretera nacional feminine