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down town

Definition of down town in English:

Into or in the centre of a town: I went down town to do a few errands
More example sentences
  • The army mutinied and went down town in a show of strength.
  • Forget all your worries about teenagers not knowing the difference between Britney and Beethoven - all you have to do is go down town in festival Edinburgh to witness callow youth lapping up Schubert and Stockhausen.
  • And later this month, the 88-year-old will head down town for an evening of music celebrating the rock ‘n’ roll legend.
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Word of the day terpsichorean
Pronunciation: ˌtəːpsɪkəˈriːən
adjective
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