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town

noun /taun/
a group of houses, shops, schools etc, that is bigger than a village but smaller than a city
ciudad
I’m going into town to buy a dress He’s in town doing some shopping.
the people who live in such a group of houses etc
ciudad
The whole town turned out to greet the returning soldiers.
towns in general as opposed to the countryside
ciudad
Do you live in the country or the town?
town centre ( British ) the main shopping and business area of a town; downtown ( American)
centro de la/una ciudad
You can get a bus from the town centre.
town hall noun the building in which the official business of a town is done
ayuntamiento
The wedding reception was held in the town hall.
townsfolk noun plural ( townspeople) the people living in a town.
ciudadanos
go to town to do something very thoroughly or with great enthusiasm or expense
entregarse de lleno; no reparar en gastos
He really went to town on (preparing) the meal.
(Definition of town from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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