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Meaning of “district” - Learner’s Dictionary

district

noun [C]     /ˈdɪstrɪkt/
B1 a part of a city or country, either an official area or one that is known for having a particular characteristic or business: the fashion district of New YorkLocal government and politicsParts of countriesAreas in towns and citiesTowns, cities and villages (general)
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 Spanish distrito…
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…
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