Antonyms
Etymology

1. geographical

adjective. ['ˌdʒiːəˈgræfɪkəl'] of or relating to the science of geography.

Antonyms

  • falsity

Etymology

  • -al (English)
  • geographic (English)
  • geographicus (Latin)

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Rhymes with Geographical Region

  • norwegian
  • collegian
  • legion

Sentences with geographical-region


1. Noun Phrase
While non-Orthodox Jews outnumber Orthodox Jews globally, in certain geographical regions Orthodox Jews form the majority.

2. Noun Phrase
Select your geographical region on the interactive map that will appear to the right of the Canon homepage menu.

3. Noun Phrase
Geographical structures work best for large businesses that operate in a number of geographical regions.

2. geographical

adjective. ['ˌdʒiːəˈgræfɪkəl'] determined by geography.

Synonyms

  • geographic

Antonyms

  • wrong
  • unfaithful

Etymology

  • -al (English)
  • geographic (English)
  • geographicus (Latin)

3. region

noun. ['ˈriːdʒən'] the extended spatial location of something.

Synonyms

  • the pits
  • hell
  • zone
  • biosphere
  • interstellar space
  • interior
  • side
  • sign
  • outside
  • nirvana
  • ionosphere
  • maria
  • Edgeworth-Kuiper belt
  • zodiac
  • promised land
  • interplanetary space
  • house
  • vacuity
  • part
  • Sind
  • county
  • bottom
  • air
  • atmosphere
  • extremity
  • snake pit
  • intergalactic space
  • exterior
  • star sign
  • top
  • vacuum
  • Shangri-la
  • deep space
  • heliosphere
  • distance
  • paradise
  • hellhole
  • heaven
  • mare
  • radius
  • Eden
  • planetary house
  • sign of the zodiac
  • aerospace
  • belt
  • location
  • Papua
  • mansion
  • Kuiper belt
  • depth
  • layer
  • inferno
  • inside
  • hell on earth

Antonyms

  • inside
  • natural depression
  • leeward
  • front

Etymology

  • regiun (Anglo-Norman)
  • ''[[regio]], regionem'', from ''[[regere]]'' (Latin)

4. region

noun. ['ˈriːdʒən'] a part of an animal that has a special function or is supplied by a given artery or nerve.

Synonyms

  • pubic region
  • sole
  • waistline
  • side
  • body part
  • midsection
  • middle
  • waist
  • lunule
  • ring of color
  • cortical region
  • groin
  • perineum
  • quick
  • yellow spot
  • macula
  • parafovea
  • area of cardiac dullness
  • pressure point
  • fovea centralis
  • palm
  • pubes
  • areola
  • macular area
  • hypochondrium
  • lunula
  • cleavage
  • midriff
  • macula lutea
  • fovea
  • inguen
  • epigastrium
  • thenar
  • erogenous zone
  • area
  • loins
  • half-moon

Antonyms

  • deregulate
  • outdoor
  • exterior
  • foreign

Etymology

  • regiun (Anglo-Norman)
  • ''[[regio]], regionem'', from ''[[regere]]'' (Latin)

5. region

noun. ['ˈriːdʒən'] a large indefinite location on the surface of the Earth.

Synonyms

  • territory
  • country
  • biogeographical region
  • geographical area
  • unknown region
  • zone of interior
  • field
  • unknown
  • heartland
  • geographical region
  • irredenta
  • theater of operations
  • domain
  • field of operations
  • geographic region
  • dominion
  • land
  • territorial dominion
  • testing ground
  • irridenta
  • demesne
  • laboratory
  • geographic area
  • northland
  • breadbasket
  • theatre
  • antipodes
  • southland
  • theater of war
  • theater
  • backwater
  • location
  • area
  • theatre of war
  • theatre of operations
  • terra incognita

Antonyms

  • windward
  • reverse
  • starboard
  • larboard

Etymology

  • regiun (Anglo-Norman)
  • ''[[regio]], regionem'', from ''[[regere]]'' (Latin)

6. region

noun. ['ˈriːdʒən'] the approximate amount of something (usually used prepositionally as in `in the region of').

Synonyms

  • neighborhood

Antonyms

  • top
  • bottom

Etymology

  • regiun (Anglo-Norman)
  • ''[[regio]], regionem'', from ''[[regere]]'' (Latin)

7. region

noun. ['ˈriːdʒən'] a knowledge domain that you are interested in or are communicating about.

Synonyms

  • realm
  • knowledge base
  • domain

Antonyms

  • outward
  • external
  • descent
  • ascent

Etymology

  • regiun (Anglo-Norman)
  • ''[[regio]], regionem'', from ''[[regere]]'' (Latin)
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