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municipal

adjective /mjuˈnisipəl/
of, or controlled or owned by, the government of a city or town
municipal
the municipal buildings.
municipality noun ( plural municipalities) a town, city, or other district that has its own government
distrito
The Municipality of Red Lake is the most northwesterly municipality in Ontario.
the group of people who govern a municipality
barrio
The first meeting of the newly elected municipality.
municipally adverb
municipalmente
Translations of “municipal”
in Vietnamese thuộc thành thị…
in Thai เกี่ยวกับเทศบาล…
in Malaysian perbandaran…
in French municipal…
in German städtisch…
in Chinese (Traditional) 市政的, 市辦的…
in Indonesian kotapraja…
in Russian муниципальный, городской…
in Turkish belediye ile ilgili, yerel yönetime ilişkin…
in Chinese (Simplified) 市政的, 市办的…
in Polish miejski, municypalny…
(Definition of municipal from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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