Internal vs Bylaw - What's the difference?

internal | bylaw |


As a adjective internal

is inside of something.

As a noun bylaw is

a local custom or law of a settlement or district.

Other Comparisons: What's the difference?

internal

English

Adjective

(en adjective)
  • inside of something
  • We saw the internal compartments
  • within the body
  • Her bleeding was internal
  • concerned with the domestic affairs of a nation, state or other political community.
  • The nation suffered from internal conflicts
  • concerned with the non-public affairs of a company or other organisation
  • An internal investigation was conducted

    Synonyms

    * inner * inly * interior * intern, interne

    Antonyms

    * external * exterior

    Derived terms

    * internalism * internalist * internality * internalize * internally * internal link

    bylaw

    English

    Alternative forms

    * byrlaw (obsolete) * by-law, bye-law, byelaw

    Noun

    (en noun)
  • A local custom or law of a settlement or district.
  • A rule made by a local authority to regulate its own affairs.
  • A law or rule governing the internal affairs of an organization (e.g., corporation or business).
  • See also

    * bylaw officer