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new town

Translation of new town in Spanish:


  • (in UK)
    (ciudad creada para redistribuir la población y los centros de trabajo)
    Example sentences
    • Zoning has now become commonplace and it is the model that was used when planning new towns and city centres.
    • ‘The city is planning three new towns in the suburbs and four sub-centres in urban areas,’ Zheng said.
    • Look at the city's rail transportation website and at its blueprint for the development of new towns in suburban areas.

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