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district /ˈdɪstrɪkt/ noun [countable]


منطقه ، بخش ، ناحیه ، حوزه ، بلوک ، عمران: ناحیه ، قانون ـ فقه: بلوک ، روانشناسی: ناحیه ، زیست شناسی: بخش ، علوم نظامی: ناحیه نظامی
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[TahlilGaran] Persian Dictionary

district
[noun]
Synonyms: area, locale, locality, neighbourhood, parish, quarter, region, sector, vicinity
Related Words: division, parcel
English Thesaurus: area, region, zone, district, the business/financial/theatre etc district, ...

[TahlilGaran] English Synonym Dictionary

district S3 W2 /ˈdɪstrɪkt/ noun [countable]
[Date: 1600-1700; Language: French; Origin: Medieval Latin districtus 'area under control of a lord or judge', from districtus 'taken hold of, forced', from the past participle of Latin distringere; distress1]

1. an area of a town or the countryside, especially one with particular features
rural/financial/theatre etc district
a house in a pleasant suburban district

2. an area of a country, city etc that has official borders:
a postal district

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

district
noun
ADJ. neighbouring, surrounding Fire crews from all the surrounding districts helped to fight the fires in the city.
central Every city has its central business district.
outlying, remote a new railway station to help people commuting from outlying districts
northern, southern, etc. | affluent, exclusive, rich, wealthy | poor, working-class the shacks in the poorest districts of the city
slum | coastal, country, local, metropolitan, rural, suburban, urban | agricultural, business, commercial, financial, industrial, mining, residential, shopping | administrative, electoral, federal, health, military, polling, postal a federal district court in New York He has been transferred to a hospital in a different health district.
DISTRICT + VERB stretch Their district stretches nearly 150 miles, from the mountains to the sea.
DISTRICT + NOUN authority, council the district health authority
councillor, judge, nurse, etc. | court, hospital, etc. | boundary Redrawing district boundaries would change the election results.
PREP. in/within a/the ~ The hospital is only responsible for patients within its own district.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

district

a rural district (=in the countryside)
There are few schools in the rural districts of Bangladesh.
an urban district (=in a town)
In 1911 over three-quarters of the British people lived in urban districts.
the surrounding districts (=in the area around or next to something)
The market attracts farmers from the surrounding district.
a financial/business/commercial district (=where there are a lot of banks and other businesses)
He works in San Francisco’s financial district.
a shopping district
The bomb exploded in a crowded shopping district.
an entertainment district (=where there are a lot of bars, clubs etc)
Visitors to Roppongi, Tokyo’s entertainment district, come to experience the latest fashions and have fun.
a theatre district British English, a theater district AmE:
The restaurant is located in the middle of New York’s theater district.
a residential district (=where people live rather than work)
It is one of Paris’ most exclusive residential districts.
a poor/wealthy district (=where a lot of people are poor/rich)
He lived in one of London’s poorest districts.
a slum district (=where poor people live in very bad conditions)
Rats were running all over the slum districts.
a fashionable district (=popular with rich or well-known people)
Brompton became a fashionable district to live in.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

district
noun
BAD: We will be touring the famous fruit-growing districts.
GOOD: We will be touring the famous fruit-growing regions.
BAD: The original inhabitants of the district were probably Chinese.
GOOD: The original inhabitants of the region/area were probably Chinese.

Usage Note:
district = (1) one of the official divisions of a city or country: 'the London postal district', 'the South Cambridgeshire District', 'the Liverpool 8 district of Merseyside', 'Last winter several London health districts faced a cash crisis.' (2) an area in a city (or sometimes in a country) that has a particular quality or feature: 'a very wealthy district', 'one of the most deprived districts in the inner city', 'an old slum district where the gangs operate'. A region is usually a large area of a country and has no official boundaries: 'The President has declared the region a disaster area.' 'Such expansion would most likely occur in the Amazon region.' 'The people who live in this region have a strong accent.'
When you are unsure about which word to choose, use area . An area can be large or small and has a very general meaning.

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Common Errors


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