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Oxford dictionary definition of the word local:
1relating or restricted to a particular area or one’s neighbourhood:
researching local history
the local post office
denoting a telephone call made to a nearby place and charged at a relatively low rate.
denoting a train or bus serving a particular district, with frequent stops:
the village has an excellent local bus service
2(in technical use) relating to a particular region or part, or to each of any number of these:
a local infection
migration can regulate the local density of animals
Computing denoting a variable or other entity that is only available for use in one part of a program.
Computing denoting a device that can be accessed without the use of a network. Compare with remote.
a local person or thing, in particular:
an inhabitant of a particular area or neighbourhood:
the street was full of locals and tourists
British informal a pub convenient to a person’s home:
a pint in the local
a local train or bus service:
catch the local into New Delhi
North American a local branch of an organization, especially a trade union.
Stock Exchange slang a floor trader who trades on their own account, rather than on behalf of other investors.
late Middle English: from late Latin localis, from Latin locus ‘place’