Bedeutung von “central” — Learner’s Dictionary

central

adjective us uk /ˈsentrəl/
The city's smaller libraries will be merged into a large, central one.Of course you pay more for buildings with a central location.Crowds gathered in the central square in a show of support for the government.Floods have wreaked havoc in central Europe.He lived for a while in central London.
POSITION

B1 in or near the centre of a place or object:

central Africa/America
The roof is supported by a central column.
ORGANIZATION [ always before noun ]

controlled or organized in one main place:

the US central bank
central control/planning
IMPORTANT

main or most important:

a central character/figure
the central argument of the book
Her role is central to the film.
CITY

in the main part of a town or city:

Our offices are very central.
centrally adverb

(Definition von “central” aus dem Cambridge Learner's Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)