Translation of city in Spanish:
noun/nombre (plural cities)
- 1.1 (large town) ciudad (feminine) the big city la gran ciudad city plan plano (masculine) de la ciudadExample sentences1.2 (British English/inglés británico) [Finance] the City la City (de Londres) ([ el centro financiero londinense ])
- So can we have some sensible ideas for developing our city centre and outlying towns.
- The city centre is a beautiful mixture of old and new, all of it tinted in a reddish pink.
- Is it any wonder that our town and city centres are blighted with multitudes of empty shops?
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