local

ˈləuk(ə)l

Перевод:

Adjective: местный локальный частный низовой
Noun: местный житель местная организация местные новости местное отделение профсоюза

Фразы:

local businesses - местные фирмы

local bus - местный автобус

local call - местный звонок

local celebrity - местная знаменитость

local, regional dialect - местный диалект

local telephone exchange - телефонная подстанция

fight between local politicians - борьба между местными политиками

local / village idiot - местный, деревенский дурачок

to interlard a speech with local expressions - пересыпать речь диалектными выражениями

local jurisdiction - местная юрисдикция, внутренняя юрисдикция

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Примеры:

She took the local bus. - Она села на местный автобус.

He works for a local newspaper. - Он работает в местной газете.

We had dinner at a local restaurant. - Мы поужинали в местном ресторане.

He writes for the local rag. - Он пишет для местной газетёнки.

The local museum is worth a visit. - Местный музей стоит того, чтобы его посетить.

I met the owner of the local hotel. - Я встретил владельца местной гостиницы.

The shop sells local crafts. - Магазин торгует ремесленными изделиями местного производства.

The local paper did a piece about me. - Местная газета опубликовала обо мне статью.

She had to adapt herself to local conditions. - Ей пришлось приспосабливаться к местным условиям.

She works for a local radio station. - Она работает на местной радиостанции.

That's what the locals call the lake. - Местные так называют это озеро.

The local war escalated into a major conflict. - Эта локальная война переросла в серьёзный конфликт.

The local team was favored. - Местная команда считалась фаворитом соревнований.

So where to source: local or global? - Где же искать поставщиков: локально или глобально?

Prizes were given by local merchants. - Призы были вручены местными торговцами.

Many people knew him as a local businessman. - Его многие знали как местного бизнесмена.

The local hospital has been saved from the axe. - Местную больницу спасли от закрытия.

She belongs to a local health club. - Она является членом местного оздоровительного клуба.

I think the local police are in with the criminals. - Думаю, что местная полиция находится в сговоре с преступниками.

It's on at the local cinema. - Этот фильм идёт в местном кинотеатре.

an escapee from the local jail - беглец из местной тюрьмы

flash floods in the local area - ливневые паводки в данном районе

the closing of the local school - закрытие местной школы

Local government was inefficient. - Местная власть оказалась неэффкетивной.

A local TV station ran her story. - Её сюжет показывали на одном из местных телеканалов.

a quiz night held in the local pub - викторина, которую проводили в местном пабе

Contact your local dealer to order. - Для размещения заказа обратитесь к вашему местному дилеру.

She teaches art at a local college. - Она преподает изобразительное искусство в местном колледже.

He buses tables at the local diner. - Он убирает со столов (за посетителями) в местном речторанчике.

She was treated by her local doctor. - Её лечил местный доктор.

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Связанные термины:

lo-cal: → low-cal

local pub: A pub is a building where people can have drinks, especially alcoholic drinks, and talk to their friends . Many pubs also serve food.

local call: a phone call to a local number

local color: behavior, speech, etc. characteristic of a certain region or time, depicted in a novel, play, etc. to add authenticity

local Derby: a football match between two teams from the same area

Local Group: the cluster of galaxies to which our galaxy and the Andromeda Galaxy belong

local loan: (in Britain) a loan issued by a local government authority

local news: News is information that is published in newspapers and broadcast on radio and television about recent events in the country or world or in a particular area of activity.

local park: A park is a public area of land with grass and trees, usually in a town, where people go in order to relax and enjoy themselves.

local radio: radio services for a particular area, as opposed to radio aimed at a national audience

local rival: Your rival is a person, business, or organization who you are competing or fighting against in the same area or for the same things.

local sign: the information from a receptor in the eye or the skin signifying respectively a direction in space or a given point on the body

local time: Local time is the official time in a particular region or country.

local charity: A charity is an organization which raises money in order to help people who are sick or very poor, or who have a disability .

local colour: Local colour is used to refer to customs, traditions, dress, and other things which give a place or period of history its own particular character .

local council: the governing body of a county, district, etc

local economy: An economy is the system according to which the money, industry, and trade of a country or region are organized .

local option: (esp in Scotland, New Zealand, and the US) the privilege of a municipality, county, etc, to determine by referendum whether a particular activity, esp the sale of liquor, shall be permitted there

local people: People are men, women, and children. People is normally used as the plural ofperson, instead of 'persons'.

local school: A school is a place where children are educated . You usually refer to this place as school when you are talking about the time that children spend there and the activities that they do there.

local activist: An activist is a person who works to bring about political or social changes by campaigning in public or working for an organization.

local authority: A local authority is an organization that is officially responsible for all the public services and facilities in a particular area.

local election: an election to select members for a local council

local hospital: A hospital is a place where people who are ill are looked after by nurses and doctors .

local knowledge: Knowledge is information and understanding about a subject which a person has, or which all people have.

local politics: political activity at local level, as opposed to national politics

local anaesthesia: the use of anaesthetics that affect a particular area of the body

local anaesthetic: a drug that produces local anaesthesia

local examination: any of various examinations, such as the GCSE, set by university boards and conducted in local centres, schools, etc

local examinations: (in the UK) any of various examinations, such as the GCE, set by university boards and conducted in local centres, schools, etc

local government: Local government is the system of electing representatives to be responsible for the administration of public services and facilities in a particular area.

local oscillator: the oscillator in a superheterodyne receiver whose output frequency is mixed with the incoming modulated radio-frequency carrier signal to produce the required intermediate frequency

local population: The population of a country or area is all the people who live in it.

local area network: A local area network is a group of personal computers and associated equipment that are linked by cable, for example in an office building, and that share a communications line. The abbreviation → LAN is also used.

local is lekker: popular slogan promoting South African culture, produce, etc

local government officer: an employee of a local council

local education authority: a body that is responsible for education in a particular area

Commissioner for Local Administration: (in Britain) the official name for a local ombudsman who investigates personal complaints of maladministration by police, water, or local authorities, referred through a local-government councillor, and who can require the offending authority to state its intention to make redress

LAN: A LAN is a group of personal computers and associated equipment that are linked by cable, for example in an office building, and that share a communications line . LAN is an abbreviation for 'local area network'.

ombudsman: The ombudsman is an independent official who has been appointed to investigate complaints that people make against the government or public organizations.

ombudsmen: a commissioner who acts as independent referee between individual citizens and their government or its administration

Parliamentary Commissioner: a commissioner who acts as independent referee between individual citizens and their government or its administration

Parliamentary Commissioner for Administration: a commissioner who acts as independent referee between individual citizens and their government or its administration

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Однокоренные слова:

localism - местничество, местный патриотизм, местные интересы, узость интересов
locality - местность, населенный пункт, район, местоположение, участок, окрестность
localize - локализовать, определять местонахождение, относить к определенному месту
locally - в местном масштабе, в определенном месте
illocal - неместный, нелокальный

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