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city hall

noun /ˌsɪt·i ˈhɔːl/ mainly US
a building used as offices by people working for a city government ayuntamiento
noun [no plural] /ˌsɪt·i ˈhɔːl/ mainly US
the government of a city gobierno municipal You will have to apply to City Hall for a building permit.
(Definition of city hall from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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