Definition of stateside in US English:

stateside

adjective & adverb

North American
informal
  • Of, in, or toward the US (used in reference to the US from elsewhere or from the geographically separate states of Alaska and Hawaii)

    as adjective ‘stateside police departments’
    as adverb ‘they were headed stateside’
    • ‘I personally don't pay attention to the pop culture here in Japan, since my mind was still stateside.’
    • ‘Perhaps they stayed their hand because they knew closing a newspaper would provoke criticism stateside.’
    • ‘When Taylor was activated for stateside duty in the Vietnam War later that month, Sinatra called him back to thank him for the songs.’
    • ‘So, the soldiers sprang into action and enlisted stateside help from doctors, politicians and churches.’
    • ‘But it noted stronger foreign revenues would offset the weak stateside results.’
    • ‘When he came home the following Christmas, Levi was happy to know he would be sent somewhere stateside after the holidays.’
    • ‘Sloan is one of those bands whose lack of popularity stateside is lamented and ridiculed by their devoted fans.’
    • ‘The Delta agent called United in London and was told to sell us new tickets, and that we could apply for a refund for the new ones stateside.’
    • ‘If everything goes to plan they will be heading stateside in July to play a number of gigs in quick succession around New York and Pennsylvania.’
    • ‘Probably one of those weightlifters from back stateside, he thought.’
    • ‘Members were given a short period of leave stateside before reporting to Fort Pierce on May 1.’
    • ‘Developing these versatile travel stations stateside is challenging.’
    • ‘I had orders, and was already thinking about leaving this tropical paradise and returning stateside.’
    • ‘Do the diary entries and letters offer different perspectives about her life as a stateside soldier?’
    • ‘Being a conscientious objector does not guarantee stateside safety.’
    • ‘The kinds of pension gap shortfalls that we are now witnessing in the UK are now being seen stateside.’
    • ‘If a U.S. publisher decides to bring the games stateside, expect to hear more.’
    • ‘Lawrie, who has been working with stateside sports psychologist Alan Fine for the past year, is so driven by the need to succeed that it colours his every comment.’
    • ‘Pierce literally wrote the book on stateside terrorism.’
    • ‘That's 75,000 soldiers, give or take, who will either stay stateside or at a staging area in Kuwait.’

Pronunciation

stateside

/ˈsteɪtˌsaɪd//ˈstātˌsīd/