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English translation of 'local'

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[cultura, producción] local
equipo local home team
masculine noun
1.  [de negocio] premises plural
en el local on the premises
2.  (lugar) place

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Example Sentences Including 'local'

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Además de los trabajos duros y secundarios que desempeñan, las tailandesas están empleadas fundamentalmente en la artesanía local.
Carmen Sarmiento Viajes a la marginación
El humo del local parecía haberse disipado, pero detrás del hombrecillo una cortina de humo denso y negruzco se distinguía perfectamente en la oscuridad de la noche.
Ramón Mayrata El imperio desierto
Es entonces cuando el concejal da órdenes a la Policía local de impedir la venta de la revista por considerar que su distribución en la calle era una " venta ambulante ilegal ".
El Mundo del Siglo Veintiuno (1994)
Ha centrado sus esfuerzos en dos tipos de Prensa de difusión gratuita: la temática y la local o de barrio.
El Mundo del Siglo Veintiuno (1994)
Ignacio inspeccionó con la mirada el local , en busca de la doctora K &nac232; ller.
Ramón Mayrata El imperio desierto
P. - Lo ocurrido con Sanlúcar Información significa que hacer Prensa local en determinadas localidades es algo que puede convertirse en peligroso?
El Mundo del Siglo Veintiuno (1994)
Uno de los preceptos más arraigados entre los drusos es el de la " taquía ", una ley que les obliga a someterse al soberano local.
El Mundo del Siglo Veintiuno (1994)

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'local' in Other Languages

British English: local /ˈləʊkl/ ADJECTIVE
Local means existing in or belonging to the area where you live, or to the area that you are talking about.
...the local newspaper.
  • American English: local
  • Arabic: مَحَلِيّ
  • Brazilian Portuguese: local
  • Chinese: 当地的
  • Croatian: lokalan
  • Czech: místní
  • Danish: lokal
  • Dutch: lokaal
  • European Spanish: local
  • Finnish: paikallinen
  • French: local
  • German: örtlich
  • Greek: τοπικός
  • Italian: locale
  • Japanese: 局部の
  • Korean: 국소적인
  • Norwegian: lokal
  • Polish: lokalny
  • European Portuguese: local
  • Romanian: local
  • Russian: местный
  • Spanish: local perteneciente al lugar
  • Swedish: lokal
  • Thai: ประจำท้องถิ่น
  • Turkish: yerel
  • Ukrainian: місцевий
  • Vietnamese: thuộc địa phương
British English: premises /ˈprɛmɪsɪz/ NOUN
The premises of a business or an institution are all the buildings and land that it occupies.
There is a kitchen on the premises.
  • American English: premises
  • Arabic: الـمَبْنَى وَالأَرَاضِي التَّابِعَه لَهُ
  • Brazilian Portuguese: estabelecimento
  • Chinese: 地产
  • Croatian: prostorije
  • Czech: prostory školní, firemní
  • Danish: ejendom
  • Dutch: huis
  • European Spanish: local
  • Finnish: alue koulun tms.
  • French: locaux
  • German: Gelände
  • Greek: στεγασμένος χώρος
  • Italian: locali
  • Japanese: 土地建物
  • Korean: 부동산
  • Norwegian: eiendom
  • Polish: lokal
  • European Portuguese: estabelecimento
  • Romanian: proprietate
  • Russian: здание и прилегающая территория
  • Spanish: local sitio cerrado y cubierto
  • Swedish: förutsättningar
  • Thai: ที่ดินและสิ่งปลูกสร้าง
  • Turkish: bina ve etrafındaki arazi
  • Ukrainian: приміщення
  • Vietnamese: khuôn viên


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