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residential

adjective uk   /ˌrez.ɪˈden.ʃəl/ us  
B2 A residential road, area, etc. has only private houses, not offices and factories.Areas in towns and cities C2 A residential job, position, course, etc. is one for which you live at the same place where you work or study.Home relating to where you live or have lived: You must satisfy the residential qualifications to get a work permit.Living or sleeping somewhere
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