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residential

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Geography
residentialres‧i‧den‧tial /ˌrezɪˈdenʃəl◂/ ●●○ W3 AWL adjective 🔊 🔊 1 SGTOWNa residential part of a town consists of private houses, with no offices or factoriessuburban 🔊 a quiet residential neighbourhood2 relating to homes rather than offices or businessesdomestic 🔊 telephone services for residential customers3 residential course/school etc
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residentialtelephone services for residential and commercial customersa quiet residential neighborhoodIn 1998, the residential property tax classification accounted for approximately 59 percent of the city's total tax capacity.It is understandable: the child considers himself safe in the residential street and is inattentive on the way to school.Yearly tuition for residential students, as they were called, was $ 1,600 in 1930.The 23 residential units in the hospital, are to upgraded.
From Longman Business Dictionaryresidentialres‧i‧den‧tial /ˌrezɪˈdenʃəl◂/ adjectivePROPERTY residential property consists of private houses where people live, rather than offices or factoriesOpponents claim the development is too near residential areas.The company plans to provide cable television to business and residential customers. compare commercial1
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