Definition of interregional in English:


Pronunciation /ˌin(t)ərˈrēj(ə)nəl/ /ˌɪn(t)ərˈridʒ(ə)nəl/


  • Relating to or occurring between different regions.

    ‘a good means of promoting interregional cooperation’
    • ‘This bundle consisted of a large number of competitive trades and was well-connected with interregional and international markets.’
    • ‘This technique deals with inter-regional trade in a more comprehensive manner.’
    • ‘In situations where inter-regional labour migration is a major feature, regional multiplier models may exhibit greater limitations.’
    • ‘She wants to have six rotating inter-regional primaries to choose the party's nominee.’
    • ‘Exploiting pan-northern investment across the three northern regions and enhancing inter-regional links would bring in more government funding.’
    • ‘With politics focused on interregional struggles, industrial workers fought out class issues in the workplace rather than at the ballot box.’
    • ‘Some interesting interregional variations clearly emerged.’
    • ‘Many will be back in January when the region will be holding trials for the junior interregional team.’
    • ‘As a result of some good performances at the championships and the interregional competitions, several junior runners have been given international honours.’
    • ‘This disaster has created deep resentments, fuelled interregional frictions, and led to growing political instability.’



/ˌin(t)ərˈrēj(ə)nəl/ /ˌɪn(t)ərˈridʒ(ə)nəl/