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(adjective) From Old French local < Late Latin localis (belonging to a place) < Latin locus (a place).

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Local (comparative more Local, superlative most Local)

Positive
Local

Comparative
more Local

Superlative
most Local

  1. From or in a nearby location.
    We prefer local produce.
  2. (computing, of a variable or identifier) Having limited scope (either lexical or dynamic); only being accessible within a certain portion of a program.
  3. (mathematics, not comparable, of a condition or state) Applying to each point in a space rather than the space as a whole.
  4. (medicine) Of or pertaining to a restricted part of an organism.
    The patient didn't want to be sedated, so we applied only local anesthesia.

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Singular
Local

Plural
Locals

Local (plural Locals)
  1. A person who lives nearby.
    It's easy to tell the locals from the tourists.
  2. A branch of a an nationwide organization such as a trade union.
    I'm in the TWU, too. Local 6.
  3. (rail transport) A train that stops at all, or almost all, stations between its origin and destination, including very small ones.
    The expresses skipped my station, so I had to take a local.
  4. (British) One's nearest or regularly frequented public house or bar.
  5. Patrono:Programming A locally scoped identifier.
    Functional programming languages usually don't allow changing the immediate value of locals once they've been initialized, unless they're explicitly marked as being mutable.

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Local m.

  1. local

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From Late Latin localis, from Latin locus.

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Local m. (f. Locale, m. plural locaux, f. plural Locales)

  1. local

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Local m. (plural locaux)

  1. room

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  • IPA: /lo.ˈkaʊ/

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Patrono:Pt-adj-mf

  1. local

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Local m. (plural locais)

  1. premises, rooms
  2. site
  3. place, location

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Local m. and f. (plural locales)

  1. local

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Local m. (plural locales)

Singular
Local m.

Plural
locales m.

  1. premises, rooms

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