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city centre

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishcity centreˌcity ˈcentre noun [countable] British English  AREAthe main shopping or business area in a citydowntown
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city centreEstablished in 1766 Whistler's Bar Busy, popular city centre pub.When we hit the city centre, cafés were open, people were everywhere, cars jammed the roads.Railway lines channel wildlife into the city centre along their cuttings and embankments.The police had sealed off only part of the city centre while the bomb squad investigated.Environmentalists fear that many citizens will simply forge documents in order to gain access to the city centre.She would get down to the city centre somehow.
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