Definition of 'neighbourhood'
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The influx of young, creative people has transformed the neighbourhood into one of the most sought after places to live. Times, Sunday Times (2017)There was a fear of ghost town neighbourhoods. Times, Sunday Times (2007)The family had to sell their home and move to a rented apartment in a poorer neighbourhood. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Some breeders are setting up a neighbourhood watch system. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Many miners lived in areas and neighbourhoods where mining was the dominant industry. Refugees in the Age of Total War (1988)Some of the meetings could get stormy if neighbourhoods feel they are being neglected. The Sun (2006)The crime map supposedly allowed people to find out how safe their neighbourhood was. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Very few people in a neighbourhood are victims of serious crime. The Sun (2010)There is a need for us all to pull together as one in our neighbourhoods. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Why do some families have low incomes and live in particular neighbourhoods? Times, Sunday Times (2015)It slammed shut the doors of opportunity and it divided towns and neighbourhoods. The Sun (2013)No wonder the rich and famous and the horsey set love the neighbourhood. Times, Sunday Times (2012)It is part of reassuring people that they live in a safe neighbourhood. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Smoke from a large fire rose in one outlying neighbourhood as rioting continued across the city. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Violence in Chicago focuses on the poor neighbourhoods in the south and west. Times, Sunday Times (2016)It's representing your home town or the neighbourhood you live in that makes this job so worthwhile. The Sun (2014)The report goes on to suggest moving drug dealers from residential neighbourhoods to areas where they would'have less impact '. The Sun (2009)Police also targeted inner-city areas and poor neighbourhoods where drug sales were more likely to be in the open, he said. Times, Sunday Times (2007)
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Translations for 'neighbourhood'
British English: neighbourhood /ˈneɪbəˌhʊd/ NOUN
A neighbourhood is one of the parts of a town where people live.
She no longer goes for evening walks around her neighbourhood.
- American English: neighborhood
- Arabic: جِوار
- Brazilian Portuguese: vizinhança
- Chinese: 邻里
- Croatian: susjedstvo
- Czech: čtvrť města
- Danish: nabolag
- Dutch: buurt
- European Spanish: vecindad barrio
- Finnish: asuinalue
- French: voisinage
- German: Nachbarschaft
- Greek: γειτονιά
- Italian: vicinato
- Japanese: 近所
- Korean: 이웃
- Norwegian: nabolag
- Polish: sąsiedztwo
- European Portuguese: vizinhança
- Romanian: cartier
- Russian: район
- Spanish: vecindario
- Swedish: kvarter
- Thai: เขตที่มีคนอยู่อาศัย
- Turkish: mahalle
- Ukrainian: сусідство
- Vietnamese: hàng xóm
Definition of neighbourhood from the Collins English Dictionary
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