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uptown

adverb, adjective [before noun]   /ˌʌpˈtaʊn/ US
in or towards the northern part of a city or town, especially if there is not much business or industry there 在(或往)城镇的北部(的)(尤指非商业区或非工业区);在(或向)市郊(的);离开市中心(的) We could walk uptown or we could take the train. 我们可以步行到城北,也可以坐火车去。 I can get lunch in Chinatown for half of what it costs uptown. 我可以在唐人街吃午饭,花费只需市郊餐馆的一半。 →  Compare downtown Areas in towns and cities
(Definition of uptown from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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