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localizedadjective

(UK usually localised) uk   /ˈləʊ.kəl.aɪzd/  us   /ˈloʊ-/
happening in or ​limited to a ​particulararea: localized ​flooding
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"localized" in Business English

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localizedadjective

(UK also localised) uk   us   /ˈləʊkəlaɪzd/
used to describe a ​business or ​industry that has ​organized itself so that its ​mainactivitieshappen in ​localareas rather than nationally or globally: HSBC ​moved from being a localized Asian Bank to a ​majorforce in ​globalbanking. Real ​estate has always been a localized ​business.highly/very/quite localized So far, the ​internet "​supermarket" is ​small and, like the ​physicalsupermarketbusiness, ​highly localised.
MARKETING used to describe ​information or content that has been made suitable for a particular country, ​area, etc.: a localized ​advertisingcampaignlocalized information/content The ​subscription gives the ​userinternetaccess and a ​fairamount of localized ​content.
happening only in ​specificareas: External ​economicchanges seem to have a ​specific and localized ​impact on ​businesses. Localized ​floodingmeant that many ​businessesshut down for the day.
(Definition of localized from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “localized”
in Chinese (Simplified) 当地的, 限定的, 局部的…
in Chinese (Traditional) 當地的, 限定的, 局部的…
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