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Turkish translation of “suburb”

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suburb

noun [C]
 
 
/ˈsʌbɜːb/
B2 an area where people live outside the centre of a city
dış mahalle, banliyö, varoş, gecekondu
a suburb of New YorkAreas in towns and cities
suburban
 
 
/səˈbɜːbən/ adjective
relating to a suburb
banliyöye ilişkin, dış mahalleye dair
a suburban area/homeAreas in towns and cities
Translations of “suburb”
in Korean 교외…
in Arabic ضاحِية…
in French banlieue…
in Italian sobborgo…
in Chinese (Traditional) 城郊, 近郊住宅區…
in Russian пригород, окраина…
in Polish przedmieście…
in Spanish afueras…
in Portuguese zona residencial na periferia de uma cidade, subúrbio…
in German der Vorort…
in Catalan zona residencial als afores d’una ciutat…
in Japanese (都市の)郊外, 近郊…
in Chinese (Simplified) 城郊, 近郊住宅区…
(Definition of suburb from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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