Definitions for suburbansəˈbɜr bən
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relating to or characteristic of or situated in suburbs
Relating to or characteristic of or situated on the outskirts of a city.
Origin: From suburbanus, from prefix sub-, + urbs, + adjective suffix -anus.
of or pertaining to suburbs; inhabiting, or being in, the suburbs of a city
one who dwells in the suburbs
Origin: [L. suburbanus.]
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I was a shameful suburban statistic.
I would have sold my mother for a rock of crack, i was a shameful suburban statistic.
Putting more money into education without raising taxes is music to the ears of suburban voters.
We're not going to have hunters out in these suburban neighborhoods where these conflicts are occurring.
The place of the father in the modern suburban family is a very small one, particularly if he plays golf.
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- suburbàCatalan, Valencian
- Vorort, vorstädtischGerman
- suburban, suburbanoSpanish
- suburbain, banlieusard, de banlieueFrench
- fo-bhailteach, bruachbhailteach, fo-uirbeachIrish
- 郊外, 郊外のJapanese
- suburbana, suburbanoPortuguese
- suburbană, suburbanRomanian
- за́городный, при́городныйRussian
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