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district

noun /ˈdistrikt/
an area of a country, town etc
distrito
He lives in a poor district of the city Public transport is often infrequent in country districts.
district attorney noun (also DA) a lawyer in the US who works for a state or county government and is responsible for bringing criminals to a court of law for tria
Fiscal de Distrito
The District Attorney is charged with the responsibility for the prosecution of all crimes occurring within the County.
Translations of “district”
in Arabic مِنْطَقة…
in Korean 구역…
in Malaysian daerah…
in French région, quartier…
in Turkish mıntıka, bölge, mahalle…
in Italian zona, distretto, quartiere…
in Chinese (Traditional) 區,區域…
in Russian район, округ…
in Polish dzielnica, okręg…
in Vietnamese quận, huyện…
in Portuguese distrito, zona…
in Thai เขตแดน, บริเวณ…
in German der Distrikt…
in Catalan districte…
in Japanese 地区…
in Indonesian distrik…
in Chinese (Simplified) 区,区域…
(Definition of district from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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