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From Longman Business Dictionarygentrifygen‧tri‧fy /ˈdʒentrɪfaɪ/ verb (past tense and past participle gentrified) [transitive] be gentrifiedPROPERTY if an area of a city where poor people live is gentrified, people with more money go to live there, and the buildings are improved and become more expensive as a resultNow that the neighbourhood has been gentrified, the houses are not available to tenants.gentrified adjective [only before noun]In the 1980s, creative types began flocking to gentrified areas of San Francisco.gentrification noun [uncountable]This gentrification is taking place alongside large public-housing projects.
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