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village

noun   /ˈvɪl·ɪdʒ/
A1 a place where people live in the countryside that is smaller than a town pueblo pequeño I live in a small village outside Oxford. She is from a small village in Greece.
(Definition of village from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

village

noun /ˈvilidʒ/
a group of houses etc which is smaller than a town pueblo They live in a little village (also adjective) a village school.
the people who live in such a group of houses pueblo The whole village turned out to see the celebrations.
villager noun
a person who lives in a village. habitante del pueblo, aldeano
(Definition of village from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “village”
in Korean 마을…
in Arabic قَرْية…
in Malaysian kampung, penduduk kampung…
in French (du) village, village…
in Russian деревня…
in Chinese (Traditional) 村莊, 村子, 全體村民…
in Italian villaggio, paese…
in Turkish köy…
in Polish wieś, wioska…
in Vietnamese ngôi làng, dân làng…
in Portuguese povoado, vila, lugarejo…
in Thai หมู่บ้าน, ชุมชน…
in German das Dorf, Dorf-……
in Catalan poble, llogarret…
in Japanese 村…
in Chinese (Simplified) 村庄, 村子, 全体村民…
in Indonesian desa, penduduk desa…
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