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Noun
/ˈsitē/,
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cities, plural;
  1. A large town
    • - the city center
  2. An incorporated municipal center

  3. A place or situation characterized by a specified attribute
    • - panic city
  4. The financial and commercial district of London, England


  1. a large and densely populated urban area; may include several independent administrative districts; "Ancient Troy was a great city"
  2. an incorporated administrative district established by state charter; "the city raised the tax rate"
  3. people living in a large densely populated municipality; "the city voted for Republicans in 1994"
  4. City of London: the part of London situated within the ancient boundaries; the commercial and financial center of London
  5. used to allude to the securities industry of Great Britain
  6. A city is a relatively large and permanent urban settlement.Goodall, B. (1987) The Penguin Dictionary of Human Geography. London: Penguin.Kuper, A. and Kuper, J., eds (1996) The Social Science Encyclopedia''. 2nd edition. London: Routledge. ...
  7. CITY-TV is a television station based in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, owned and operated by Rogers Media. It is the flagship station of the Citytv television system.
  8. City is a piece of earth art located in Garden Valley, a desert valley in rural Lincoln County in the U.S. state of Nevada, near the border with Nye County. The work was begun in 1972 by the artist Michael Heizer and is ongoing. ...
  9. City is a German rock band, formed in East Berlin in 1972, best known for the song "Am Fenster" (At The Window or by the window) from its 1978 first album.
  10. Due to China's large population and area, the administrative divisions of China have consisted of several levels since ancient times. The constitution of the People's Republic of China provides for three de jure levels of government. ...
  11. City is the second studio album released by Client on September 2004. It features guest appearances by Carl Barât and Pete Doherty of The Libertines and by Martin Gore of Depeche Mode.
  12. A large settlement, bigger than a town. In Europe a city was historically a place that had succeeded in obtaining the right to build a city wall, a belfort, etc., from the nobility
  13. (CITIES) community involvement team in every city
  14. (Cities) Architecture · Calendar
  15. (Cities) Auburn | Augusta | Bangor | Bath | Belfast | Biddeford | Brewer | Calais | Caribou | Eastport | Ellsworth | Gardiner | Hallowell | Lewiston | Old Town | Portland | Presque Isle | Rockland | Saco | South Portland | Waterville | Westbrook
  16. (Cities) Discuss the city's size (actual and relative), location, landmarks, and importance within and perhaps beyond the state. ...
  17. (Cities) Iriga City | Naga City
  18. (Cities) Municipal governments who act as host cities presenting or producing an event.
  19. (Cities) The list shows all Minnesota cities that have existed for any period of time between 1997 and today. The report feature of this calculator will only display the cities that existed in the year(s) selected.
  20. (cities) (Eng): Beautiful, fantastic cities are common visions during ayahuasca sessions.  They are often places of learning where shamans are instructed in various disciplines by very advanced spiritual beings, they consist of subtle and purified matter. ...
  21. Do cities sometime appear as 'dark' places? The Ancient Hebrews seemed to think so. The Hebrew parent root ar can mean a 'city' or an 'enemy.' Take a look at these other Hebrew words, all with the ar root within them. ...
  22. To dream that you are in a strange city, denotes you will have sorrowful occasion to change your abode or mode of living.
  23. A differentiated community with a sufficient population and resource base to allow residents to specialize in arts, crafts, services, and professional occupations.
  24. burgsteall; burgstede; burgtun; eard
  25. term referring to the old portion of London within the medieval city walls. Later became the financial district as Londoners moved to the suburbs and commuted.