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federaladjective [not gradable]

 us   /ˈfed·ər·əl/
politics & government of or connected with the central government of some countries: the federal government Federal law regulates trade with other countries.
federally
adverb  us   /ˈfed·ər·ə·li, ˈfed·rə·li/
a federally funded agency that provides free legal services to the poor
Translations of “federal”
in Arabic فيدِرالي…
in Korean 연방의, 연방 정부의…
in Malaysian persekutuan…
in French fédéral…
in Turkish federal, birleşik, federal sisteme ait…
in Italian federale…
in Chinese (Traditional) 聯邦政府的, 聯邦(制)的…
in Russian федеральный…
in Polish federalny, związkowy…
in Vietnamese (thuộc) liên bang…
in Spanish federal…
in Portuguese federal…
in Thai ที่ตรงกลาง…
in German Bundes-……
in Catalan federal…
in Japanese 連邦(制)の, (米国)連邦政府の…
in Indonesian federal…
in Chinese (Simplified) 联邦政府的, 联邦(制)的…
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