International in a sentence as a noun

We need to make international heroes of these people.

They went after US banking firms and financial firms that do international business.

Can you imagine if that happened even just once in the USA?We need an international ban on armed drones before it is too late.

As an architect who has done services coordination on skyscrapers and international airports, I can tell you it's not easy.

It took a long time to develop natural gas liquefaction; now there is international trade in natural gas that was undreamed of when I was growing up.

Patents are a **** of a lot more complex than tariffs... and at least the ITC is trying to do international coordination here, and Obama has just blatantly undermined them.

In that scenario a strong international condemnation of torture suddenly looks way more appealing.

International in a sentence as an adjective

How many were entirely unaware of the US government's terrible record of following international law?

The service, provided by municipally owned EPB, has sparked a tech boom in the city and attracted international attention.

H5N1 was a pretty good example of international collaboration.

We mean agree to give the US all of the information about all of the international financial transactions that anyone within your entire economy either does or attempts to do that cross a border.

To maintain a few perks, they will let the Tories destroy centuries of civilisation - the Vienna Convention is a cornerstone of international relations, and hence, of world peace; threatening it over a silly man is just irresponsible.

Some of them have double counted numbers, while others have made inappropriate international comparisons These inaccurate measurements may have played a role in exaggerated evaluations of the severity of Canadas debt problems.

International definitions


any of several international socialist organizations

See also: International


concerning or belonging to all or at least two or more nations; "international affairs"; "an international agreement"; "international waters"


from or between other countries; "external commerce"; "international trade"; "developing nations need outside help"

See also: external