regionally

adverb
re·​gion·​al·​ly | \ ˈrēj-nə-lē How to pronounce regionally (audio) , ˈrē-jə-nᵊl-ē\

Definition of regionally

: on a regional basis

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In addition, hospital systems are also looking to broaden name recognition and grow their patient population, both regionally and across the U.S. Melanie Grayce West, WSJ, "Hospitals See Opportunity in Bringing Care Facilities to Patients," 3 Jan. 2019 This platform allowed us to directly engage with our core consumers, not only locally, regionally, or nationally, but indeed globally. Mark Holgate, Vogue, "New Label Terreur NYC Doesn’t Just Give Us Great Clothes—It Gives Us Life," 8 Aug. 2018 Guests are transported to the cabin via an open-air sleigh ride and then treated to a five-course meal of exquisite, regionally inspired fare and a menu that is carefully paired with spectacular wines. Discover Magazine, "The Great Snow of Beaver Creek," 3 Oct. 2018 Most Americans would live in areas where power generators compete on open markets and transmission is regionally coordinated, which could lead to further cooperation and grid linkage. David Roberts, Vox, "California’s huge energy decision: link its grid to its neighbors, or stay autonomous?," 23 Aug. 2018 Getty ImagesArtemis Mehl was referred to a fertility center run by University Hospitals (UH), an affiliate hospital of Case Western Reserve University, in Cleveland, known regionally for its fertility expertise. Kayla Webley Adler, Marie Claire, "When Your Dreams of Motherhood Are Destroyed," 1 Oct. 2018 That led Murray to tout the results, comparing Seattle’s 10 percent pay gap between men and women to wider gaps of 23 percent nationally and 26 percent regionally. Daniel Beekman, The Seattle Times, "Seattle city workers tell of unfair treatment and mistrust, as government tracks diversity shortfalls," 13 Aug. 2018 These groups boast tens of thousands of members, organized regionally and sometimes by an additional interest. Renee Diresta, WIRED, "The Complexity of Simply Searching for Medical Advice," 3 July 2018 Advocacy/coalition building: Politically, urban communities and inner-ring suburban communities could form coalitions to advance efforts to work more regionally and across sectors as well. Valerie Strauss, Washington Post, "Back to the future: A new school district secession movement is gaining steam," 2 May 2018

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First Known Use of regionally

1879, in the meaning defined above

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