Borough and Place


Borough noun - An English town that forms the constituency of a member of parliament.
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Synonyms for Borough

Place and borough are semantically related. In some cases you can use "Place" instead a noun "Borough".


Place noun - The area or space occupied by or intended for something.

Borough and place are semantically related. Sometimes you can use "Borough" instead a noun "Place".

Nearby Words: placed, placement, placing, placer, placet

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  • Useful Notes / New Jersey Hudson County: Located across the Hudson River from New York City and dubbed the "sixth borough", this is probably the most New York-like place in the state.
  • Where the Hell Is Springfield? Avenue Q takes place, according to Word of God, “in an outer-outer borough of New York City.”
  • The Bill originally took place in the real life borough of Tower Hamlets, something which was confirmed in dialogue (and which seen them filming in those genuine locations).
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