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Translation of "international" - English-Spanish dictionary

international

adjective /intəˈnӕʃənl/
involving, or done by, two or more nations
internacional
international trade an international football match.
internationally adverb
internacionalmente
an internationally famous architect.
Translations of “international”
in Arabic دَوْلي…
in Korean 국제적인…
in Malaysian antarabangsa…
in French international…
in Turkish uluslararası/milletlerarası/beynelmilel…
in Italian internazionale…
in Chinese (Traditional) 國際的…
in Russian международный…
in Polish międzynarodowy…
in Vietnamese quốc tế…
in Portuguese internacional…
in Thai ระหว่างประเทศ…
in German international…
in Catalan internacional…
in Japanese 国際的な…
in Indonesian internasional…
in Chinese (Simplified) 国际的…
(Definition of international from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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