An urban area that has a name, defined boundaries, and local government, and that is generally larger than a village and smaller than a city
The most important city or town of a country or region, usually its seat of government and administrative center
they live in a town just outside Milwaukee
Designating or relating to interactions between the inhabitants of a university town and members of the university.
= agrogorod (now historical); (also) a similar grouping of agricultural communities outside the Soviet Union.
A town undergoing rapid growth due to sudden prosperity
A village in east central Nebraska, just west of Omaha, noted as a home for troubled youth; population 977 (est. 2008)
A city in southwestern South Africa at the foot of Table Mountain, the legislative capital of the country and the administrative capital of the province of Western Cape; population 3,569,400 (est. 2009)
Scottish a set of buildings or hamlet adjoining a mill.
A town populated chiefly by local miners.
A planned urban center created in an undeveloped or rural area, especially with government sponsorship
The older part of a city or town contained within its modern limits.
= open city.
A seaport town; = port.
A town having a main branch of the Post Office or its own postcode
The capital of the British Virgin Islands, situated on the island of Tortola; population 9,300 (est. 2009)
A small unimportant town (used originally of a town at which trains stopped to take on water)
A unit of urban land given to a settler who bought a large area of uncleared rural land
Areas of open land around a city, on which building is restricted
(With the) a woman who is notorious in a particular town for her promiscuity.
A book in which the records of a town are kept.
Born in a particular town; born in a town or other urban area.
A box containing the public funds, documents, etc., of a town; the town chest.
A bull owned in common by a town or parish (now historical); (figurative) a man likened to such a bull, especially in being promiscuous.
An Aboriginal camp in or near a town
The lemon sole, Microstomus kitt.
The end of the main street of a town or village; one of the extremities of a town.
As a mass noun.
The lower end of a town or village.
A gate in the wall surrounding a town.
A building used for the administration of local government
A herd consisting of the sheep, cattle, or other livestock owned by the inhabitants of a town or parish.
The person responsible for gathering and pasturing the sheep, cattle, or other livestock owned by the inhabitants of a town.
A woman (especially one of higher social status) who lives in a town.
Life in a town; specifically the social life of a town.
That is produced in a town; originating from the town as opposed to the countryside.
A person (especially a man) who lives or was born in a (particular) town or city; a town dweller; a townsman.
A young woman who lives in a town; specifically a kept mistress, a prostitute.
(In Ireland) any of a number of small fields or plots of ground adjoining a town or village, usually let for cultivation or pasture; an allotment.
A plan of a town; specifically a ground plan showing the positions of the streets and buildings in the proposed development of a town.
To plan and control the construction, growth, and development of a town or other urban area; to engage in town planning. Now rare.
An area of land constituting a (proposed) town or township.
= town plat.
The common talk or gossip of the people of a town; a person or matter discussed in this way.
(In plural) = wait.
The wall surrounding (or formerly surrounding) a town.
A road or way leading to or from a town.
A town which has established official or social links with another, typically in a different country