Definition of interprovincial in English:


Line breaks: inter|pro¦vin|cial
Pronunciation: /ɪntəprəˈvɪnʃ(ə)l


  • Existing or carried on between provinces of the same country: interprovincial barriers to trade
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    • The driving force is a 1994 federal, provincial and territorial agreement designed to break down interprovincial trade barriers.
    • How would this impact on the interprovincial relations, given that private property is provincial jurisdiction.
    • Really, this was one area that was long overdue and kept Ontario students from keeping on par with their interprovincial counterparts.


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  • 1A sports tournament between the provinces of a country: he makes his debut in the interprovincials next weekend
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    • Carlow squash will be very strongly represented at the Junior interprovincials in Galway this weekend with 20 players from the club selected.
    • Bennett joins fellow Old Selbornian Reece Basson next week for the interprovincials in Pietermaritzburg.
    • Border play their first official interprovincial of the summer when they take on Eastern Province in the Mercedes-Benz Challenge, a limited-overs game, next Saturday at Buffalo Park.
  • 1.1A competitor in an interprovincial tournament: a former interprovincial
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    • Certainly the introduction of junior interprovincial, back from injury, Bernard Behan early in the second half settled Cill Dara and the out-half caused some problems for the Portlaoise defence.

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