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[ loh-kuh-lee ]


  1. in a particular place, area, location, etc.
  2. with regard to place.
  3. in a local area; nearby:

    Not much interest is taken in the chess tournament locally.


/ ˈləʊkəlɪ /


  1. within a particular area or place

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Word History and Origins

Origin of locally1

First recorded in 1400–50, locally is from the late Middle English word localliche. See local, -ly

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Example Sentences

The public safety personnel who manage the program and divvy up the anti-terrorism funds locally have exempted themselves from California’s major transparency laws.

The UK has bought 60 million doses of the vaccine, which will be produced locally.

Snow should be ending before sunrise locally, but it could linger into the sunrise period.

“We will share more details locally as vaccinations roll out and our local support plans are finalized,” said a spokesperson for the company.

Consumers, who would like to buy wines unavailable locally from out-of-state retailers.

Local life in these places is not defined by their sports team or by their natural beauty—by things only available locally.

Despite the trade officially being banned, he explains, timber was still locally harvested and sold.

A bottle of locally brewed liquor chills in a water cooler in the corner, a Pepsi bottle next to it for mixing.

Lyovochkin, 42, was famous locally even before this campaign began.

Locally, he followed B. B. King, the Memphis blues guitar master, and spent considerable time with him.

(c) There is much advantage in having the clubs and organizations within a community locally co-ordinated.

In that event, we would not have any message or record of message in our file locally.

The 'putty,' as the black soft mud of the river bottom is locally termed, plays an important part in sailing on Norfolk rivers.

Colonial yachts, like the great majority of colonial incomes, are not large, and nearly all the boats used are built locally.

This oil is equally effective when locally applied to tendons or ligaments which have been unduly strained.


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