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city

noun [C] (FINANCIAL CENTRE)
金融中心
 
 
/ˈsɪt.i/ US  /ˈsɪt̬-/
the City [S] UK the business centre of London where the large financial organizations are, such as the Bank of England
倫敦商業區;倫敦城
He works in the City.
他在倫敦商業區上班。
a City analyst
倫敦商業區分析師
Financial investments and the stock marketBanks and bank accounts
the financial organizations as a group and the people who work for them
(英國)金融界
The City acted swiftly to the news of a fall in the value of sterling.
金融界對英鎊下跌的消息迅速作出反應。
Banks and bank accountsFinancial investments and the stock market
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 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…
in Chinese (Simplified) 金融中心…
(Definition of city noun (FINANCIAL CENTRE) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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