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town centre

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Geography
town centreˌtown ˈcentre British English noun [countable]  SGTOWNthe main business area in the centre of a town syn downtown American English
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town centreAll species showing from Northwich town centre, but no quality fish.Close to the sea, town centre, conference venues, tourist attractions and Marina.It's across the main square in the town centre.It will be held in the Healthy Colchester 2000 information office in Trinity Street in the town centre.Grey rows of grim houses, three storeys high, led into the town centre.Claims that people would be put off travelling to the town centre because of lack of parking were dismissed.The town centre hotels which were suggested were fiendishly expensive and at first I was told nothing else was available.Henry did not want to talk about the redevelopment of Wimbledon town centre.
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