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village

noun [C]  us   /ˈvɪl·ɪdʒ/
a group of houses, stores, and other buildings which is smaller than a town: We live just outside the village of Larchmont. A village is also the people who live in a village: The whole village came out for the parade.
Translations of “village”
in Arabic قَرْية…
in Korean 마을…
in Malaysian kampung, penduduk kampung…
in French (du) village, village…
in Turkish köy…
in Italian villaggio, paese…
in Chinese (Traditional) 村莊, 村子, 全體村民…
in Russian деревня…
in Polish wieś, wioska…
in Vietnamese ngôi làng, dân làng…
in Spanish pueblo…
in Portuguese povoado, vila, lugarejo…
in Thai หมู่บ้าน, ชุมชน…
in German das Dorf, Dorf-……
in Catalan poble, llogarret…
in Japanese 村…
in Indonesian desa, penduduk desa…
in Chinese (Simplified) 村庄, 村子, 全体村民…
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