Definitions of international

  1. from or between other countries; " external commerce"; " international trade"; " developing nations need outside help"
  2. concerning or belonging to all or at least two or more nations; " international affairs"; " an international agreement"; " international waters"
  3. any of several international socialist organizations
  4. Between or among nations; pertaining to the intercourse of nations; participated in by two or more nations; common to, or affecting, two or more nations.
  5. Of or concerning the association called the International.
  6. The International; an abbreviated from of the title of the International Workingmen's Association, the name of an association, formed in London in 1864, which has for object the promotion of the interests of the industrial classes of all nations.
  7. A member of the International Association.
  8. The International; an abbreviated from of the title of the Workingmen's Association, the name of an association, formed in London in 1864, which has for object the promotion of the interests of the industrial classes of all nations.
  9. A member of the Association.
  10. Pertaining to two or more nations.
  11. Internationally.
  12. Pertaining to the relations between nations.
  13. Pertaining to two or more nations; affecting nations generally.
  14. Existing and regulating the intercourse between different nations; pertaining to the international.
  15. A secret society with widespread ramifications through Europe, the object of which appears to be the emancipation of labour, and the assertion everywhere of the sovereign rights of the working man, to the extinction of all merely national and class interests.

Usage examples for international

  1. The situation created would be new under international law. – The Geneva Protocol by David Hunter Miller
  2. The great Church Boards, the International Committee of the Young Men's Christian Associations, the American Committee of the Young Women's Christian Associations, the individual churches and associations, and the Bible Societies are a few of the better known of the banks having a large exchange business of this sort. – Quiet Talks on Service by S. D. Gordon
  3. It is found in all countries; it is as international as a night- shirt. – The Man That Corrupted Hadleyburg and Other Stories by Mark Twain (Samuel Clemens) Last Updated: February 18, 2009
  4. They who say so show themselves singularly easy to please in the matter of political unity and international harmony. – A Popular History of France From The Earliest Times Volume I. of VI. by Francois Pierre Guillaume Guizot
  5. They are said to have found a substitute for International Law, and it is an open secret that they are even now in search of a substitute for victory. – Mr. Punch's History of the Great War by Punch
  6. In each case our correct legal position would be that our international rights were not limited by the agreement of others. – The Geneva Protocol by David Hunter Miller
  7. Far Eastern international relations. – U.S. Copyright Renewals, 1959 January - June by U.S. Copyright Office
  8. International Review, May 1874, pp. – Life of Charles Dickens by Frank Marzials
  9. When sufficient strength was recovered to enable her to undertake an appointment under the eye of her doctor, she was promoted to the rank of Staff- Captain and saw two brief periods of service at the International Training Garrison in London, and a few months in the Candidates' Department at Headquarters. – The Angel Adjutant of "Twice Born Men" by Minnie L. Carpenter
  10. It's called getting your international when you play for England, you know. – The Adventures of Sally by P. G. Wodehouse
  11. Little about him suggested that he was an archaeologist with an international reputation. – The Golden Skull by John Blaine
  12. A book of international importance. – Tourcoing by Hilaire Belloc
  13. This double standard of international justice he must find disturbing. – The Opium Monopoly by Ellen Newbold La Motte
  14. International copyright will establish a level; and how much reason our authors have to desire that it shall be established, I leave it for them to determine. – Letters on International Copyright; Second Edition by Henry C. Carey
  15. One, named doubtless in happier international times, was even called Wilhelm. – Non-combatants and Others by Rose Macaulay
  16. There is another international force which expresses itself in the same sense. – The Task of Social Hygiene by Havelock Ellis
  17. At most, working them to their full capacity, in thirty days from now we shall have only ten dozen eggs added to our present store, and upon that date I have promised to deliver to the International Cold Storage Company one thousand dozen at twenty- two and a half cents a dozen. – Jack and the Check Book by John Kendrick Bangs
  18. The saving of Barbicane, Nicholl, and Michel Ardan became an international business. – The Moon-Voyage by Jules Verne
  19. Some few engineers, by means of keen financial ability in addition to extraordinary powers in the engineering field, have made themselves names of international fame, as well as great fortunes. – Analyzing Character by Katherine M. H. Blackford and Arthur Newcomb