[ US /ˈɹidʒənəɫ/ ]
[ UK /ɹˈiːd‍ʒənə‍l/ ]
  1. related or limited to a particular region
    a regional dialect
  2. characteristic of a region
    regional flora
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How To Use regional In A Sentence

  • This patronising voice with a whine and an awful regional accent was talking. Times, Sunday Times
  • How does one grow regionally adapted beans for moist climates?
  • Surrounded by cottonwoods and aspens and featuring a wooden footbridge and an abundance of regional flora and foliage, it's a place to meditate, contemplate, and relax.
  • Northampton was another elegant county town and regional market centre and was known far and wide for its horse fairs.
  • Although nationally distributed boxes do not change fronts often, the regional ones do, making them a prime target for collectors.
  • Also, the kind of good governance needed for a long term regional vision was lacking.
  • He has identified ways to cut its 600m supply chain spending by 12% and devolved more responsibility to regional management teams. Times, Sunday Times
  • Although tensions existed between the army and the group, the president defused them by playing the politics of tribalism and regionalism, often targeting northerners as the source of the nation's problems.
  • Such an attack would ignite a regional war. Times, Sunday Times
  • If the government wants to regionalise Britain, which I have doubts about, they should say so.
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