Definition of town hall in English:

town hall

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noun

A building used for the administration of local government.
More example sentences
  • He said people had the right to know how much administration restructuring at the town hall cost.
  • In its time this tiny jewel of a palace has served as a governor's residence, a town hall, a mint and a prison.
  • It will be set up at the top of the town hall to receive signals from the mobile cameras wherever they are in Colchester.

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