District and Metropolis


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District noun – An area (as of a city) set apart for some purpose or having some special feature.
Metropolis and district are semantically related. In some cases you can use "Metropolis" instead a noun "District".
Nearby Words: districted, districting
Synonyms for District


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Metropolis noun – A thickly settled, highly populated area.
District and metropolis are semantically related. Sometimes you can use "District" instead a noun "Metropolis".
Synonyms for Metropolis

How words are described

old old district old metropolis
full full district full metropolis
single single district single metropolis
entire entire district entire metropolis
Other adjectives: large, huge, evil, major, decaying, ruined, former, underground, fictional, titular, giant, urban, industrial, largest, acclaimed.

Both words in one sentence

  • The southeastern district of the city is called "Old Town" in-game, even though it's architecturally identical to the rest of the metropolis and was ostensibly (re)built at the same time.
    Source: New Neo City
  • Bogotá, D.C.: Simply to say, The South American Athens, The Colombian Metropolis, and seat of all the political power in Colombia, originally was a city in Cundinamarca but its special legislation as a District allows it to be managed as a Department.
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