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suburban in Geography topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishsuburbansub‧ur‧ban /səˈbɜːbən $ -ˈbɜːr-/ adjective  1 SGAREArelated to a suburb, or in a suburb a quiet, suburban street2 CONVENTIONALboring and typical of people who live in the suburbs narrow-minded, suburban attitudes
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suburbanIt was to be on a new site and act as a combined station for suburban and express services.suburban attitudesShe hated her parents' suburban attitudes.Under the beards, they may still be suburban, but now they are starving, picking up bricks..Despite her suburban clothes and appearance she was popular at college.suburban lifeThen competition with Mission Valley shopping centers and suburban residential growth prompted a rapid decline.The weather is glorious, so we trot through the suburban roads and leafy lanes, and find a hitherto undiscovered park.The office was a former dental practice in the strip-mall sprawl of suburban San Diego.a suburban shopping centerWhat it really means is that the new trams are a hybrid between street car and lightweight suburban train.