Definition of ghost town in English:

ghost town

Syllabification: ghost town

noun

A deserted town with few or no remaining inhabitants.
More example sentences
  • Wake up Bolton Council and listen to the town's inhabitants before the town centre becomes a ghost town.
  • The church has only one service a week, on a Wednesday not a Sunday, which sounds odd until you realise that most of the City is a ghost town at the weekend.
  • Those workers losing their livelihoods turned that town into a ghost town.

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adjective
apt in the circumstances or relation to something