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Revision as of 21:40, 26 May 2009

See also: City

English

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Most common English words before 1923: several · either · whether · #339: city · held · help · number

Etymology

From Middle English cite < Old French cité < Latin civitas ("a union of citizens", "a citizenry").

Pronunciation

  • IPA(No language code specified.): /ˈsɪti/, Template:SAMPA
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Adjective

city

  1. public; belonging to a city; of a city
  2. urban

Synonyms

Translations

Noun

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  1. A large settlement, bigger than a town. In Europe a city is a place that had succeeded in obtaining the right to build a city wall, a belfort, etc., from the nobility.

Derived terms

Look at pages starting with city.

Related terms

Translations

Proper noun

the city

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Italian

Etymology

English

Noun

city Template:f

  1. city (financial district of a city)

Derived terms