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

ville◼◼◼nom [f]

commune◼◼◻nom [f]

bourg◼◼◻nom [m]

villettenom [f]

villottenom [f]

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

centre-ville◼◼◼nom

town council (governing body)
noun
[UK: taʊn ˈkaʊn.sl̩]
[US: ˈtaʊn ˈkaʊn.sl̩]

conseil municipal◼◼◼nom [m]

town councillor noun
[UK: taʊn ˈkaʊn.sə.lə(r)]
[US: ˈtaʊn ˈkaʊn.sə.lər]

conseiller municipal◼◼◼nom [m]

town crier noun
[UK: taʊn ˈkraɪə(r)]
[US: ˈtaʊn ˈkraɪər]

crieur public◼◼◼nom [m]

town gas (manufactured gas supplied to consumers)
noun

gaz de ville◼◼◼nom [m]

town hall (a building that houses the local government offices of a town)
noun
[UK: taʊn hɔːl]
[US: ˈtaʊn ˈhɒl]

mairie◼◼◼nom [f]

hôtel de ville◼◼◼nom [m]

maison communale [Wallonia]◼◻◻nom [f]

hôtel communal [Wallonia]nom [m]

town square (an open area in a town)
noun

place◼◼◼nom [f]

town twinning (pairing of towns or cities)
noun
[UK: taʊn ˈtwɪn.ɪŋ]
[US: ˈtaʊn ˈtwɪn.ɪŋ]

jumelage◼◼◼nom [m]

townhouse (house in an urban setting)
noun

maison de ville◼◼◼nom [f]

townsman [townsmen] (male resident of a town)
noun
[UK: ˈtaʊnz.mən ˈtaʊnz.mən]
[US: ˈtaʊnz.mən ˈtaʊnz.mən]

citadin◼◼◼nom [m]

townspeople [townspeople] (the population or inhabitants of a village, town or city)
noun
[UK: ˈtaʊnz.piːp.l̩]
[US: ˈtaʊnz.ˌpip.l̩]

citadins◼◼◼nom [m pl]

townsperson (inhabitant of a town, see also: townsman; townswoman)
noun

citadinnom [m]

citadinenom [f]

townswoman (woman resident of a town)
noun

citadine◼◼◼nom [f]

Bridgetown (capital of Barbados)
proper noun

Bridgetown◼◼◼nom [f]

Cape Town (legislative capital of South Africa)
proper noun
[UK: keɪp taʊn]
[US: ˈkeɪp ˈtaʊn]

Le Cap◼◼◼nom propre
{m}

Chinatown (a Chinese district outside China)
noun

quartier chinois◼◼◼nom [m]

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

ville universitaire◼◼◼nom [f]

county town (administrative town of a county)
noun

chef-lieu de département (in France)nom [m]

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

centre-ville◼◼◼nom [m]

quartier d'affaires◼◻◻nom [m]

Georgetown (capital of Guyana)
proper noun

Georgetown◼◼◼nom propre

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

ville fantôme◼◼◼nom [f]

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

ville natale◼◼◼nom [f]

Kingstown (capital of Saint Vincent and the Grenadines)
proper noun

Kingstown◼◼◼nom [f]

market town (town that has a traditional right to hold a regular market)
noun
[UK: ˈmɑːkɪt taʊn]
[US: ˈmɑːrkət ˈtaʊn]

bourg◼◼◼nom [m]

monotown noun

monovillenom [f]

old town (older historical part of a town or city)
noun
[UK: əʊld taʊn]
[US: oʊld ˈtaʊn]

vieille ville◼◼◼nom [f]

one-horse town (very small town)
noun
[UK: wʌn hɔːs taʊn]
[US: wʌn ˈhɔːrs ˈtaʊn]

bled paumé [colloquial]◼◼◼nom [m]

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

ville satellite◼◼◼nom [f]

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

bidonville◼◼◼nom [f]

Victoriatown proper noun

Victoriatown◼◼◼nom propre