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noun [C] (TOWN)
市镇
 
 
/ˈsɪt.i/ US  /ˈsɪt̬-/
a large town
市,城市,都市
Many of the world's cities have populations of more than 5 million.
世界上许多城市的人口超过500万。
Wellington is the capital city (= centre of government) of New Zealand.
惠灵顿是新西兰首都。
Towns, cities and villages (general)
any town in the UK which has a cathedral (= large, important church)
(英国有大教堂的)特许市
The city of Ely has about 10 000 inhabitants.
伊利市有大约1万居民。
Towns, cities and villages (general)
Translations of “city”
in Arabic مَدينة…
in Korean 도시…
in Malaysian bandar raya, bandar…
in French grande ville, ville épiscopale…
in Turkish şehir…
in Italian città, metropoli…
in Chinese (Traditional) 市鎮, 市,城市,都市, (英國有大教堂的)特許市…
in Russian город…
in Polish miasto…
in Vietnamese đô thị, thành phố…
in Spanish ciudad…
in Portuguese cidade, metrópole…
in Thai เมืองใหญ่, เมือง…
in German die (Groß-)Stadt…
in Catalan ciutat…
in Japanese 都市…
in Indonesian kota, kota praja…
(Definition of city noun (TOWN) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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