- 1The often uncharted areas beyond a coastal district or a river’s banks: early settlers were driven from the coastal areas into the hinterlandMás ejemplos en oraciones
- Living standards have kept improving, but the gap in development is widening between the hinterland and coastal areas.
- Tullow Stage School has now 130 students hailing from the Tullow area and its hinterland, ranging in ages from 3 to 16 years.
- There were shipments of ore, food and arms to be delivered to the site of conflict from the Red Flight's hinterlands.
- 1.1An area surrounding a town or port and served by it: the city had grown prosperous by exploiting its local western hinterlandMás ejemplos en oraciones
- The majority of services operate at least one day per week and travel from the rural hinterland into the local village or town.
- One cannot get this impression so palpably in the rural hinterland and the towns closer to such areas.
- Small market towns serviced the rural hinterland with a range of commercial and administrative services.
- 2An area lying beyond what is visible or known: in the hinterland of his mind these things rose, dark and ominousMás ejemplos en oraciones
- I thought it occupied a strange hinterland where it was possibly a bit too gruesome for kids, but a bit too cartoony for adults.
- The Go-Betweens reside in a strange hinterland full of candyfloss and loneliness that hovers between critical adoration and public ignorance.
- Methinks this begins the hinterland of MacKay's political career, and how well-deserved it is.
late 19th century: from German, from hinter 'behind' + Land 'land'.