regional

I Adj. regional
II Adv.: regional begrenzt restricted to a region (oder regions); sich regional unterscheiden differ from region to region
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regional
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re|gi|o|nal [regio'naːl]
1. adj
regional
2. adv
regionally

regionál verschieden or unterschiedlich sein — to vary from one region to another

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regionally
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re·gi·o·nal
[regi̯oˈna:l]
I. adj regional
II. adv regionally
\regional unterschiedlich [o verschieden] sein to vary [or differ] from one region to another [or region to region]
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1.
Adjektiv regional
2.
adverbial regionally

regional verschieden sein — differ from region to region

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regional
A. adj regional
B. adv:
regional begrenzt restricted to a region (oder regions);
sich regional unterscheiden differ from region to region
* * *
1.
Adjektiv regional
2.
adverbial regionally

regional verschieden sein — differ from region to region

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adv.
regionally adv.

Deutsch-Englisch Wörterbuch. 2013.

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