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district

noun [C] uk   us   /ˈdɪs.trɪkt/
B1 an area of a country or town that has fixed borders that are used for official purposes, or that has a particular feature that makes it different from surrounding areas: the business district of New York the Lake District/the Peak DistrictUS the City of Malden School DistrictUK South Cambridgeshire District Council
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en árabe مِنْطَقة…
en coreano 구역…
in Malaysian daerah…
en francés région, quartier…
en turco mıntıka, bölge, mahalle…
en italiano zona, distretto, quartiere…
en chino (tradicionál) 區,區域…
en ruso район, округ…
en polaco dzielnica, okręg…
in Vietnamese quận, huyện…
en español distrito…
en portugués distrito, zona…
in Thai เขตแดน, บริเวณ…
en alemán der Distrikt…
en catalán districte…
en japonés 地区…
in Indonesian distrik…
en chino (simplificado) 区,区域…
(Definition of district from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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