Significado de “suburb” - en el Diccionario Inglés

suburb en inglés británico

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suburbnoun

uk /ˈsʌb.ɜːb/ us /ˈsʌb.ɝːb/

B2 [ C ] an area on the edge of a large town or city where people who work in the town or city often live:

Box Hill is a suburb of Melbourne.
We drove from middle-class suburbs to a very poor inner-city area.
the suburbs [ plural ]

the outer area of a town, rather than the shopping and business centre in the middle:

The company decided to relocate to the suburbs because the rent was much cheaper.

Más ejemplos

  • a leafy suburb
  • a middle-class suburb of New York
  • It's a suburb of Manchester really - I wouldn't call it Manchester proper.
  • We live in a suburb of London.
  • I grew up in a very middle-class suburb of Manchester.

(Definición de suburb del Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

suburb en inglés americano

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suburbnoun [ C ]

us /ˈsʌb·ɜrb/

an area outside a city but near it and consisting mainly of homes, sometimes also having stores and small businesses:

[ pl ] Most of the people who live in the suburbs work in the city.
suburban
adjective us /səˈbɜr·bən/

He grew up in a wealthy suburban community near Chicago.

(Definición de suburb del Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

suburb en inglés de negocios

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suburbnoun [ C ]

uk /ˈsʌbɜːb/ us

an area on the edge of a large town or city where people who work in the town or city often live:

The publishing company relocated out of central London to the suburbs.
She opened a new location in the Dallas suburb of Richardson.

(Definición de suburb del Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)