[hin-ter-land] /ˈhɪn tərˌlænd/
Often, hinterlands. the remote or less developed parts of a country; back country:
The hinterlands are usually much more picturesque than the urban areas.
the land lying behind a coastal region.
an area or sphere of influence in the unoccupied interior claimed by the state possessing the coast.
an inland area supplying goods, especially trade goods, to a port.
land lying behind something, esp a coast or the shore of a river
remote or undeveloped areas of a country
an area located near and dependent on a large city, esp a port
1890, from German Hinterland, from hinter “behind” (see hinder (adj.)) + Land “land” (see land (n.)).
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