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Meaning of “metropolis” - Learner’s Dictionary

metropolis

noun [C]     /məˈtrɒpəlɪs/
a very large city, often the capital of a country or regionTowns, cities and villages (general)
Translations of “metropolis”
in Spanish metrópolis, metrópoli…
in Vietnamese thủ đô…
in Thai มหานคร…
in Malaysian metropolis…
in French métropole…
in German die Hauptstadt…
in Indonesian kota besar…
in Chinese (Simplified) 大城市,大都会, 首府, 首都…
in Turkish büyük şehir…
in Russian крупный город, столица…
in Chinese (Traditional) 大城市,大都會, 首府, 首都…
in Polish metropolia…
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