Meaning of nationally in English:


Pronunciation /ˈnaʃ(ə)n(ə)li/

Translate nationally into Spanish


  • In a way that relates to a whole nation.

    ‘a nationally recognized brand’
    • ‘his watercolours have been exhibited nationally’
    • ‘His many books and hundreds of articles have raised the profile of Canadian film both nationally and internationally.’
    • ‘Consider running for office - locally or nationally.’
    • ‘The development would put the area on the map regionally and nationally.’
    • ‘It's crucial to have a nationally recognized standard of excellence in music teaching.’
    • ‘Welcome to a nationally televised debate between the leading contenders for the presidency of the United States.’
    • ‘Her music has been broadcast on two nationally syndicated radio programs.’
    • ‘The museum hired Monroe, a nationally known crafts expert, in July.’
    • ‘He already goes to a nationally ranked school.’
    • ‘Sheffield is known as the green city, with the nationally acclaimed Peak District on its doorstep.’
    • ‘Rob is touring nationally with his quartet.’
    • ‘Teamwork makes our organization strong as we continue to expand nationally and globally.’
    • ‘The survey was conducted via telephone, with a nationally representative sample of 1,000 Americans.’
    • ‘Speakers at these meetings are nationally renowned in business, mentoring, world events, etc.’
    • ‘Archaeologists have unearthed a rare and nationally significant Iron Age burial site in West Yorkshire.’
    • ‘The water park is a nationally important area for over-wintering wildfowl.’
    • ‘Look out for the nationally scarce Stinking Hellebore, an impressive perennial forming stout clumps of dark green leaves.’
    • ‘The campaign was launched nationally in Pretoria on March 14 and provincially at Uitenhage on May 8.’
    • ‘The average size of dairy farms nationally increased by 56% from 1987 to 1997.’
    • ‘Nationally, the average in-home care employee works 29 hours per week at a median hourly wage of $7.58.’
    • ‘About 5,000 samples are collected nationally each year.’
    • ‘Nationally, milk production is up.’
    • ‘Nationally, legislation is currently going through Parliament to tighten the law on domestic violence.’
    • ‘Nationally the problems are partly related to technology and partly to functionality.’
    • ‘Local government has no control over the curriculum because it's decided nationally.’
    • ‘This is a widespread problem nationally.’