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/ˈdistrikt/,
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districts, plural;
  1. Divide into districts

Noun
  1. An area of a country or city, esp. one regarded as a distinct unit because of a particular characteristic
    • - an elegant shopping district
  2. A region defined for an administrative purpose
    • - the city school district
  3. The District of Columbia; Washington, DC


  1. a region marked off for administrative or other purposes
  2. zone: regulate housing in; of certain areas of towns
  3. Districts are a type of administrative division, in some countries managed by a local government. They vary greatly in size, spanning entire regions or counties, several municipalities, or subdivisions of municipalities.
  4. The districts of England are a level of subnational division of England used for the purposes of local government. As the structure of local government in England is not uniform, there are currently four principal types of district-level subdivision. ...
  5. The Lutheran Church - Missouri Synod (LCMS) is organized into 35 districts, 33 of which are defined along geographic lines. Each district has a president who oversees the congregations in his district, which are further subdivided into local circuits. ...
  6. A district of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints is a geographical administrative unit composed of a number of congregations called branches. A district is a subdivision of a mission of the church and in many ways is analogous to a stake of the church. ...
  7. The Metropolis Management Act 1855 (18 & 19 Vict. c.120) was an act of the Parliament of the United Kingdom that created the Metropolitan Board of Works, a London-wide body to co-ordinate the construction of the city's infrastructure. ...
  8. The term district, in the context of the People's Republic of China refers to several unrelated political divisions in both ancient and modern China.
  9. (Districts (Special)) There are three special districts included for statistical purposes in special Customs districts and are not reported by geographical location of the individual Customs district of entry or exportation: (a) Vessels under their own power or afloat (imports and exports); (b) ...
  10. (Districts) Anatali Station is designed in a series of eight stacked cities called districts. The top and bottom of the station are a mirrored halves of the whole. A and H are domed metropolises for wealthy citizens and businesses. ...
  11. (Districts) Ariyalur · Chennai · Coimbatore · Cuddalore · Dharmapuri · Dindigul · Erode · Kanchipuram · Kanyakumari · Karur · Krishnagiri · Madurai · Nagapattinam · Namakkal · Perambalur · Pudukkottai · Ramanathapuram · Salem · Sivaganga · Thanjavur · The Nilgiris · Theni · Thoothukudi · ...
  12. (Districts) Council administrations are divided into 58 Districts, 15 Cities and one special territorial authority (Chatham Islands).
  13. (Districts) regions in Atlantic Canada where lobster fishing is open at specific times of the year (seasons). The division into districts allows control of the harvest, insuring the highest quality.
  14. (districts (229)) Liberal (119)  · Lakas-Kampi (46)  · NPC (30)  · Nacionalista (22)  • PMP (5) · PDP-Laban (2)  · LDP (1)  · KBL (1)  · Reporma-LM (1)  · Independent (1) · Party-lists (57)
  15. A district is a portion of a community identified on the locality’s zoning map within which one or more principal land uses are permitted along with their accessory uses and any special land uses permitted by the zoning provisions for the district.
  16. An entity that has a contract with the Bureau of Reclamation for the delivery of irrigation water. Such entities include, but are not limited to: canal companies, conservancy districts, ditch companies, irrigation and drainage districts, irrigation companies, irrigation districts, reclamation ...
  17. (1) An ecclesiastical unit consisting of several branches of the Church in a geographic area where stakes are not organized; (2) a unit of organization in missions, consisting of missionaries and presided over by an experienced missionary called the district leader.
  18. Geographic areas into which the United States and its territories are divided for the Immigration and Naturalization Service’s field operations or one of three overseas offices located in Rome, Bangkok, and Mexico City. ...
  19. an area of a country or city
  20. (WCB) One of the seven regions of New York State having offices of the Workers' Compensation Board. The regional offices are located in Albany, Binghamton, Brooklyn, Buffalo, Hempstead, Rochester and Syracuse.
  21. A group of community colleges with a common governing board. Analogous to a multi-campus system.
  22. A geographical area of the state from which a senator or representative is elected. District boundaries are determined every 10 years on the basis of population. Each district is designated by a number. There are 50 Senate districts and 100 House districts.
  23. A political area used primarily for voting purposes (election or voting district).
  24. The area or division of the governed territory which is represented by an individual member of its legislative body.
  25. A district is a smaller version of a stake, organized as the parent unit of branches instead of wards. A district may be organized when there are enough branches in an area to allow easy communication and convenient travel to district meetings. ...