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local

adjective /ˈləukəl/
belonging to a certain place or district
local, del barrio, de la zona
The local shops are very good local residents.
locally adverb
en la localidad, en el lugar, localmente
All our food is locally grown.
locality /ləˈkaləti/ noun ( plural localities) a district
localidad
Public transport is a problem in this locality.
local wind noun a wind that blows over a relatively small region and which is caused by temperature differences and is strongly influenced by local terrain.
viento local
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 Portuguese local, de bairro…
in Thai ประจำท้องถิ่น…
in German Orts-……
in Catalan local, del barri…
in Japanese 地元の…
in Indonesian lokal…
in Chinese (Simplified) 当地的,本地的, 局部的,部分的…
(Definition of local from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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