Definition of geographical in English:


Line breaks: geo|graph¦ic¦al
Pronunciation: /dʒɪəˈgrafɪk(ə)l


  • Relating to geography: geographical research the geographical area covered by the Diocese the geographical distribution of plants geographical boundaries
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    • There are enough clinics for the geographical area covered by the township, she says.
    • Oslo is one of the largest cities in the world in terms of the geographical area it covers.
    • It is these which give a country an identity much stronger than that defined by mere geographical boundaries.



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  • How does their response differ if the crisis effects your entire geographic area?
  • What is unique about your site when contrasting it with a different geographic region?
  • Why should a geographic location of property be so much a factor in valuation?


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  • Every effort should be made, using maps and visuals, to locate and isolate the crisis geographically.
  • People tell you that Perth is very flat and that it's the world's most geographically isolated city.
  • These maps are geographically accurate and in accordance with international standards.

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