Definition of interdominion in English:

interdominion

adjective

NZ, Australian
  • Carried out by teams or representatives from two or more Commonwealth countries.

    ‘he won the Australian and Interdominion titles on the same course’
    • ‘After that, the interdominion carnival looms.’
    • ‘This is his sixth Interdominion title and the crew's third.’
    • ‘He suffered damage to his heels in last Sunday's interdominion final.’
    • ‘He holds all the aces in this year's high-stakes interdominion slugfest.’
    • ‘Hall is relying on the West Australian runner to launch his bid for interdominion history.’
    • ‘He very nearly took the risk of running the horse in the Interdominion semifinal.’
    • ‘A large fleet of dinghies are currently sailing in Melbourne ahead of the interdominion championships.’
    • ‘There's bad news for the bookies heading into tonight's radically changed interdominion heats.’
    • ‘The favourite for the interdominion grand final will be decided by Monday's barrier draw.’
    • ‘The three-time interdominion champion has drifted out.’

Origin

1940s: from inter- + dominion.

Pronunciation

interdominion

/ˌɪntədəˈmɪnjən/