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International vs. Transnational

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  • International (adjective)

    Of or having to do with more than one nation.

  • International (adjective)

    Between or among nations

    "an international discussion"

  • International (adjective)

    participated in by two or more nations

    "an international competition"

  • International (adjective)

    common to, or affecting, two or more nations.

    "an international rule"

  • International (adjective)

    serving two or more nations

    "an international airport''"

  • International (adjective)

    Of or concerning the association called the International.

  • International (adjective)

    Independent of national boundaries; common to all people.

    "The atmosphere is an international resource."

    "the international community of scholars"

  • International (adjective)

    Foreign; of another nation.

    "an international student"

  • International (noun)

    Someone who has represented their country in a particularly sport.

    "The United team includes five England internationals."

  • International (noun)

    A game or contest between two or more nations.

  • Transnational (adjective)

    between or beyond national boundaries

  • Transnational (adjective)

    involving several nations or nationalities

  • Transnational (noun)

    Someone operating in several countries.

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Webster Dictionary
  • International (noun)

    any of several international socialist organizations

  • International (adjective)

    concerning or belonging to all or at least two or more nations;

    "international affairs"

    "an international agreement"

    "international waters"

  • International (adjective)

    from or between other countries;

    "external commerce"

    "international trade"

    "developing nations need outside help"

  • Transnational (adjective)

    involving or operating in several nations or nationalities;

    "multinational corporations"

    "transnational terrorist networks"

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