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nationwide
American English: /ˈneɪʃənˌwaɪd/
British English: /ˈneɪʃ(ə)nwʌɪd/
, /neɪʃ(ə)nˈwʌɪd/

Translation of nationwide in Spanish:

adjective

  • (appeal)
    a toda la nación
    we have a nationwide network of agents
    tenemos una red de agentes que cubre todo el territorio nacional
    a nationwide survey
    un estudio realizado a nivel nacional
    Example sentences
    • The children had not been seen for two days and had sparked a nationwide hunt.
    • Italy is the latest country to stage a nationwide protest against the euro.
    • He is currently doing a short tour of the country prior to the nationwide release of his first album.

adverb

  • (distribute/operate)
    the broadcast was heard nationwide
    la emisión fue escuchada en todo el territorio nacional

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