Definition of garden suburb in English:

garden suburb

Line breaks: gar¦den sub¦urb

noun

British
A suburb set in rural surroundings or incorporating much landscaping.
More example sentences
  • I have made the point to the council that Merton Park has a certain status as a garden suburb and that some innovative thinking by the council's experts could have resulted in a scheme which a majority of residents might have favoured.
  • We have a responsibility to protect our garden suburb and the character of the area which is set out in the UDP and other council mission statements.
  • He had arranged that they all stay with a Swiss doctor who lived in a neat villa in the colonial garden suburb of St Germain.

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