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Definition of "localised" []

  • To make or become local in attitude, behaviour, etc (verb)
  • To restrict or confine (something) to a particular area or part (verb)
  • To assign or ascribe to a particular region (verb)
  • Simple past tense and past participle of localise. (verb)

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Use "localised" in a sentence
  • "But Trinity clearly has faith in localised news and is one of the companies experimenting with providing so-called hyper-local content in company with so-called citizen journalists."
  • "For instance, while the media have been presenting lurid pictures of the destruction wrought on Beirut by the Israeli air force, it takes Little Green Footballs to show a map illustrating how localised is the damage, the bombs targeted with considerable precision on Hizbollah strongholds."
  • "There is also evidence that they do cause short-term localised loss of forage to farmers."