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red-light districtnoun [C]

uk   /ˌredˈlaɪt ˌdɪs.trɪkt/  us   /ˌredˈlaɪt ˌdɪs.trɪkt/
a part of a city where people and businesses sell sex
(Definition of red-light district from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “red-light district”
in Arabic حَيّ الدعارة…
in Korean 홍등가…
in Portuguese zona de meretrício…
in Catalan barri de prostitutes…
in Japanese 風俗街…
in Chinese (Simplified) (城市中卖淫者及妓院集中的)红灯区…
in Chinese (Traditional) (城市中賣淫者及妓院集中的)紅燈區…
in Italian zona a luci rosse…
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