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dormitory town

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishdormitory townˈdormitory ˌtown noun [countable] British English  TOWNa town that is near a city with more work opportunities, so that many people who live there travel to work in the city every day syn bedroom community/suburb American English
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dormitory townThornbury was fast becoming a dormitory town for nearby Bristol, but there were a couple of decent pubs there.
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