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Polish translation of “town”

town

noun
 
 
/taʊn/
PLACE [C] A1 a place where people live and work, usually larger than a village but smaller than a city
miasto, miasteczko
It's a small town in the north of England.Towns, cities and villages (general)
CENTRAL AREA [U] A2 the central area of a town where the shops are
miasto, centrum (miasta)
I usually go into town on a Saturday. Shall I meet you in town?Towns, cities and villages (general)Areas in towns and cities
→ See also ghost town, shanty town, go to town (on sth), out on the town
(Definition of town from the Cambridge English-Polish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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