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"geographical" in British English

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geographicaladjective

uk   us   /ˌdʒi.əˈɡræf.ɪ.kəl/ mainly UK (US usually geographic, uk   /-ɪk/ us   )
(Definition of geographical from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

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geographicaladjective

(also geographic, uk   /dʒiːəʊˈɡræfɪk/ ) uk   us   /ˌdʒiːəʊˈɡræfɪkəl/
relating to the ​features of the earth's surface, or those of a particular ​area or ​place: Melbourne is a multi-cultural city that is characterized by its ​people rather than any geographical ​feature. geographical ​areas/borders/​regions
relating to an ​area, country, etc. where a ​companyoperates, ​sellsproducts, etc.: The company's fastest ​growing geographical ​area was Asia, which ​increased by 22%. Netwise ​thoughtdirectsales would ​increase if it ​expanded into new geographical ​markets. It was also decided to ​organize the ​company into four geographic ​divisions: three (East, West and Central) in North America and one ​international.
(Definition of geographical from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “geographical”
in Arabic جُغرافِيّا…
in Korean 지리학의…
in Portuguese geográfico…
in Catalan geogràfic…
in Japanese 地理学の…
in Chinese (Simplified) 地理的, 地理学的…
in Chinese (Traditional) 地理的, 地理學的…
in Italian geografico…
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