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Chinatown
American English: /ˈtʃaɪnəˌtaʊn/
British English: /ˈtʃʌɪnətaʊn/

Translation of Chinatown in Spanish:

noun

  • (no article)
    Example sentences
    • By the early twentieth century, over 80 percent of the Chinese population were found in Chinatowns in major cities in the United States.
    • Chinese emigrants have established Chinatowns all over the world, and they can also serve as bridges for conducting business.
    • Perhaps the clearest example of irrational panic is the widespread avoidance of Chinese restaurants and Chinatowns in the USA.

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