There are 2 translations of interior in Spanish:

interior1

Pronunciation: /ɪnˈtɪriər; ɪnˈtɪəriə(r)/

n

  • 2 2.1 [Geography/Geografía] the interior el interior 2.2 [Government/Gobierno] the Ministry /Departmentof the Interior el Ministerio/Departamento del Interior
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    • The DOS hold nine of the portfolios including ministerial post for the economy, foreign affairs and the interior.
    • In return, however, it has taken 17 of 30 ministerial posts, including the key positions of foreign affairs, defence and interior.
    • The ministers of defense, interior and foreign affairs are all from the same area.
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    • Apecchio is a small town in the interior of the Pesaro region.
    • The Caribs roamed the heavily forested regions of the interior.
    • Wooden shoes are an item of traditional dress among rural dwellers in the interior of the region.
  • 3 (of physical bodies) [formal] interior (masculine)
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    • The nose and side moldings help offer an aggressive look while the interior of the car is understated and functional.
    • Against common sense and regulations, the interiors of the cars were built with flammable materials.
    • The trend is just one example of car interiors becoming much more interesting.

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There are 2 translations of interior in Spanish:

interior2

adj

  • 1 1.1 (inside) [walls] interior
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    • Moments later the door was lying in the courtyard and officers burst inside through an interior set of double glass doors.
    • The church roof has been repaired and interior redecoration of the inside will start this year in the New Year.
    • Installation of the door requires that a hole be cut through the siding on the outside, and through the drywall or other interior wallcovering on the inside.
    1.2 (mental) [world/life] interior
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    • He provides us with an interior view of his mind as he sculpts with resin, light and shadow in his dramatic exhibition.
    • I spent many years making mechanicals by hand and they truly are a reflection of the interior mind of their creator.
    • We have a poverty of soul today, of interior feelings.
  • 2 (inland) del interior
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    • Crossing these landscapes are the meandering valleys of the rivers Avon, Stour, and Frome that link the south coast with the interior heartland of southern England.
    • Toward the eastern coast there is an interior belt of green, hilly country that contains the Cape and Natal midlands.
    • It's a disturbing, yet spiritual, journey; an almost surreal baring of the natural frontier akin to an interior landscape.

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