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urban

adjective /ˈəːbən/
of, consisting of, or living in, a city or town
urbano
He dislikes urban life urban traffic.
Translations of “urban”
in Korean 도시의…
in Arabic مَدَني, حَضَري…
in French urbain…
in Italian urbano…
in Chinese (Traditional) 城市的,城鎮的…
in Russian городской…
in Turkish kentsel, şehre/kente/modern yaşama dair/ait…
in Polish miejski…
in Portuguese urbano…
in German Stadt-……
in Catalan urbà…
in Japanese 都会の, 都市の…
in Chinese (Simplified) 城市的,城镇的…
(Definition of urban from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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