City

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City

  1. (Britain) A popular shortened form of the City of London, the historic core of London where the Roman settlement of Londinium was established.
  2. (Britain) A metonym for the United Kingdom's financial industries, which are principally based in the City of London.
  3. A popular name (not always capitalized) for any of several other cities in metropolitan areas (such as San Francisco).
  4. (soccer) A nickname for Manchester City Football Club, an English football club.
    City will reportedly look to have a fee for Aguero.

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City f

  1. (finance, with definite article) the City

German[edit]

German Wikipedia has an article on:

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Etymology[edit]

Borrowing from English city

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City f ‎(genitive City, plural Citys)

  1. city center, downtown, central business district
    Wir fahren heute Nachmittag in die City.
    We’re going downtown this afternoon.

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