Inside-the-beltway meaning

(US) Of or relating to things that occur in Washington, D.C., usually in relation to United States national politics.
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(US) Out of touch with sentiments of persons living outside of Washington, D.C.
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(New Zealand) Of or relating to New Zealand politics in the capital city of Wellington, New Zealand.
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Origin of inside-the-beltway

  • Derives from the Beltway, a highway that encircles Washington, D.C. Transferred to New Zealand
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