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Translation of "local" - English-Mandarin Chinese dictionary

local

adjective     /ˈləʊ.kəl/ US  /ˈloʊ-/
from, existing in, serving, or responsible for a small area, especially of a country 当地的,本地的 a local accent 当地口音 local issues 当地的问题 a local newspaper/radio station 本地报纸/电台 Most of the local population depend on fishing for their income. 当地人大多靠打鱼为生。 Our children all go to the local school. 我们的孩子都在当地的学校上学。 Many local shops will be forced to close if the new supermarket is built. 如果兴建这个新的超市,那么许多当地的商店都将被迫关闭。 Environments and localities
limited to a particular part of the body 局部的,部分的 a local anaesthetic 局部麻醉 local swelling 局部肿胀 The body
Translations of “local”
in Arabic مَحَلّي…
in Korean 현지의…
in Malaysian tempatan…
in French local, du quartier…
in Turkish yöresel, bölgesel, mahallî…
in Italian locale…
in Chinese (Traditional) 當地的,本地的, 局部的,部分的…
in Russian местный…
in Polish miejscowy…
in Vietnamese địa phương…
in Spanish local, del barrio, de la zona…
in Portuguese local, de bairro…
in Thai ประจำท้องถิ่น…
in German Orts-……
in Catalan local, del barri…
in Japanese 地元の…
in Indonesian lokal…
(Definition of local adjective from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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