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Spanish translation of “internal”

internal

adjective /inˈtəːnl/
of, on or in the inside of something (eg a person’s body)
interno
The man suffered internal injuries in the accident.
concerning what happens within a country etc , rather than its relationship with other countries etc No country should interfere in another country’s internal affairs. internally adverb
internamente
The football club’s policy is to deal internally with disciplinary matters involving players.
internal combustion noun a means of producing power eg in the engine of a motor car by the burning of a fuel gas (eg petrol vapour/vapor) inside the cylinder(s) of the engine.
combustión interna/de explosión
(Definition of internal from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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