Definition of 'nationwide'
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After nationalisation, strikes would be nationwide. The Sun (2016)It has proved a big hit with fans of the service which went nationwide last week. The Sun (2010)Those surveys about nationwide sports participation have always tended to pass me by. Times, Sunday Times (2015)The union is to ballot members over nationwide strikes in the autumn. The Sun (2009)Game was offering nationwide midnight launches last night. The Sun (2015)So we are going to have a nationwide postal strike. Times, Sunday Times (2009)But he had no idea it had snapped him until the map website went nationwide last week. The Sun (2010)GPs are being told to prepare for a nationwide vaccination campaign. Times, Sunday Times (2009)He has a nationwide radio show on which he expands on his hatred of surveillance and big government. Times, Sunday Times (2008)My online nationwide survey suggested that less than one group in ten had experienced a recent drop in numbers. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Officers were not allowed to strike but secret ballots nationwide showed a majority in favour of the right to take industrial action. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Prices nationwide showed their smallest rise in 15 months. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Treatment available at salons nationwide. The Sun (2010)Appointment Lip waxing is available nationwide. Times, Sunday Times (2006)The nationwide stage tour of the popular TV show reaches London. Times, Sunday Times (2008)
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Translations for 'nationwide'
British English: nationwide ADJECTIVE
Nationwide activities or situations happen or exist in all parts of a country.
The rising number of car crimes is a nationwide problem.
Definition of nationwide from the Collins English Dictionary
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