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noun [C] (TOWN) 市鎮     /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. 世界上許多城市的人口超過500萬。 Wellington is the capital city (= centre of government) of New Zealand. 威靈頓是紐西蘭首都。 Towns, cities and villages (general)
any town in the UK which has a cathedral (= large, important church) (英國有大教堂的)特許市 The city of Ely has about 10 000 inhabitants. 伊利市有大約一萬居民。 Towns, cities and villages (general)
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