districtnoun [C]uk /ˈdɪs.trɪkt/ us /ˈdɪs.trɪkt/
- An upsurge in violence in the district has been linked to increased unemployment.
- Vandals smashed windows and overturned cars in the downtown shopping district.
- Now 5,000 new children will be attending the district's already overburdened school system.
- Wales will be divided into 21 unitary authorities instead of eight counties and 37 districts.
- Villaverde is one of the high-rise districts that encircle Madrid.