Definition of 'town centre'
Example sentences containing 'town centre'
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About 2,000 town centre bars, pubs and nightclubs vanished over the same period. Times, Sunday Times (2017)Small businesses wither and town centres die. Times, Sunday Times (2006)They were taken to a town centre hotel where they were subjected to the most unimaginable horrors for three hours. The Sun (2006)Ministers were urged to draw up new uses for town centres as a grim report showed the growing number of empty shops. The Sun (2012)It was not designed to have a new town centre but to be a commercial district that included the centres of existing villages. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Last time, it seemed like so many of the town centre businesses were gone. The Sun (2009)Now he is increasingly worried about the town centre bars and clubs which encourage youngsters to drink as much cheap booze as possible. The Sun (2008)So the links are between the town centre and residential areas - that is where the cycling infrastructure comes in. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Internet Eyes will stream live footage from shops, businesses and town centres to home computers with firms paying to be monitored. The Sun (2010)
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Translations for 'town centre'
British English: town centre /taʊn ˈsɛntə/ NOUN
The town centre is the main part of a town, where the shops are.
- American English: downtown area
- Arabic: وَسَطُ الـمَدِينَة
- Brazilian Portuguese: centro da cidade
- Chinese: 城镇中心
- Croatian: centar grada
- Czech: centrum města
- Danish: bymidte
- Dutch: stadscentrum
- European Spanish: centro urbano pueblo
- Finnish: keskusta
- French: centre-ville
- German: Stadtzentrum
- Greek: κέντρο πόλης
- Italian: centro città
- Japanese: 町の中心部
- Korean: 도심
- Norwegian: bysentrum
- Polish: śródmieście
- European Portuguese: centro da cidade
- Romanian: centrul orașului
- Russian: центр города
- Spanish: centro urbano
- Swedish: stadskärna
- Thai: ใจกลางเมือง
- Turkish: şehir merkezi
- Ukrainian: центр міста
- Vietnamese: trung tâm thành phố
Definition of town centre from the Collins English Dictionary
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