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ville nom [f]

city [cities]◼◼◼(large settlement)
noun
[UK: ˈsɪ.ti] [US: ˈsɪ.ti]

town [towns]◼◼◼(settlement)
noun
[UK: taʊn] [US: ˈtaʊn]

Ville de New York nom [f]

New York City◼◼◼(large city in the USA)
proper noun

Ville de Québec nom propre

Quebec City◼◼◼(capital of the province of Quebec)
proper noun

ville des vents nom [f]

Windy City◼◼◼(nickname for Chicago)
proper noun

ville-dortoir nom [f]

bedroom community◼◼◼(residential urban community of a nearby metropolis)
noun
[UK: ˈbe.druːm kə.ˈmjuː.nɪ.ti] [US: ˈbe.ˌdruːm kə.ˈmjuː.nə.ti]

ville éternelle nom [f]

Eternal City◼◼◼(nickname for Rome)
proper noun

ville fantôme nom [f]

ghost town◼◼◼(town which has become deserted)
noun
[UK: ɡəʊst taʊn] [US: ɡoʊst ˈtaʊn]

ville hanséatique nom [f]

Hanseatic city◼◼◼(member-city of the Hanseatic League)
noun

ville jumelée nom [f]

sister city◼◼◼(city in a relationship of cordiality)
noun

Ville Lumière nom [f]

City of Light◼◼◼(nickname for Paris)
proper noun

ville natale nom [f]

hometown [hometowns]◼◼◼(place of birth or residence)
noun
[UK: ˈhomˌtɑːwn] [US: ˈhomˌtɑːwn]

ville ouverte nom [f]

open city◼◼◼(city which has abandoned defensive efforts)
noun

ville portuaire nom [f]

port city◼◼◼(city built around a port)
noun
[UK: pɔːt ˈsɪ.ti] [US: ˈpɔːrt ˈsɪ.ti]

ville qui ne dort jamais nom [f]

City That Never Sleeps◼◼◼(nickname for New York City)
proper noun

Ville reine nom [f]

Queen City◼◼◼(nickname for Toronto)
proper noun

ville sanctuaire nom [f]

sanctuary city◼◼◼noun

ville satellite nom [f]

satellite town◼◼◼(self-contained town near a metropolis)
noun
[UK: ˈsæ.tə.laɪt taʊn] [US: ˈsæ.tə.ˌlaɪt ˈtaʊn]

ville universitaire nom [f]

college town◼◼◼(town or city dominated by its university population)
noun

villette nom [f]

town [towns](settlement)
noun
[UK: taʊn] [US: ˈtaʊn]

[TV series] Canardville nom [f]

Duckburg(fictional city where Donald Duck lives)
proper noun

Abbeville nom propre

Abbeville◼◼◼(town in Picardy, France)
proper noun

arriver à la cheville verbe

hold a candle◼◼◼(be even remotely of the same quality)
verb

balconville [Quebec] nom [f]

staycation(vacation spent at or close to home)
noun
[UK: steɪkˈeɪʃən] [US: steɪkˈeɪʃən]

Bâle-Ville nom propre

Basel-Stadt◼◼◼(canton)
proper noun

bidonville nom [m]

slum [slums]◼◼◼(dilapidated neighborhood)
noun
[UK: slʌm] [US: sˈləm]

skid row(especially dilapidated section of a city)
noun
[UK: skɪd raʊ] [US: ˈskɪd ˈroʊ]

bidonville nom [f]

shantytown [shantytowns]◼◼◻(area containing a collection of shacks and shanties)
noun
[UK: ˈʃæn.tɪ.taʊn] [US: ˈʃæn.ti.ˌtɑːwn]

Bougainville nom propre

Bougainville◼◼◼(island in Papua New Guinea)
proper noun

bougainvillée nom [f]

bougainvillea◼◼◼(flower)
noun
[UK: ˌbuː.ɡən.ˈvɪ.lɪə] [US: ˌbuː.ˌɡen.ˈvɪ.liə]

bracelet de cheville nom [m]

anklet [anklets]◼◼◼(a bracelet at the ankle)
noun
[UK: ˈæŋ.klət] [US: ˈæŋ.klət]

centre-ville nom [m]

downtown [downtowns]◼◼◼(either the lower, or the business center of a city or town)
noun
[UK: ˈdaʊn.taʊn] [US: ˈdaʊn.taʊn]

central business district◼◻◻(central area of a city)
noun
[UK: ˈsen.trəl ˈbɪz.nəs ˈdɪ.strɪkt] [US: ˈsen.trəl ˈbɪz.nəs ˈdɪ.ˌstrɪkt]

centre-ville nom

town centre◼◼◻(main commercial or business area of a town)
noun
[UK: taʊn ˈsen.tə(r)] [US: ˈtaʊn ˈsen.tər]

chaîne de cheville nom [f]

anklet [anklets]◼◼◼(a bracelet at the ankle)
noun
[UK: ˈæŋ.klət] [US: ˈæŋ.klət]

cheville nom [f]

ankle [ankles]◼◼◼(joint between foot and leg)
noun
[UK: ˈæŋk.l̩] [US: ˈæŋk.l̩]

peg [pegs]◼◼◻(a cylindrical object)
noun
[UK: peɡ] [US: ˈpeɡ]

dowel [dowels]◼◼◻(a pin fitting into holes, partly in one piece and partly in the other to keep them in their position)
noun
[UK: ˈdaʊəl] [US: ˈdaʊəl]

dowel [dowels]◼◼◻(piece of wood fitted into a surface)
noun
[UK: ˈdaʊəl] [US: ˈdaʊəl]

linchpin [linchpins]◼◼◻(securing pin)
noun
[UK: ˈlɪntʃ.pɪn] [US: ˈlɪnʧ.ˌpɪn]

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