interstate [in′tər stāt′]
Interstate is defined as between or among states.
An example of something interstate is trade between two states; interstate commerce.
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The definition of an interstate is one highway in a network of highways that connect the 48 connected United States.
An example of an interstate is I-80.
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between or among states esp. of the U.S.: interstate commerce
one of a network of U.S. highways connecting the 48 contiguous states
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Involving, existing between, or connecting two or more states. noun
One of a system of highways extending between the major cities of the 48 contiguous United States.