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A suburb (more broadly suburban area) is an area within a metropolitan area which has a higher or lower population density and sometimes less detached housing.
Um subúrbio (mais amplamente área suburbana) é uma região dentro de uma área metropolitana. Geralmente são comunidades residenciais separadas a uma certa distância de deslocamento de uma cidade principal maior (cf. "cidade suburbana" ou "cidade dormitório").
noun uk / ˈsʌb.ɜːb / us / ˈsʌb.ɝːb / Add to word list B2 [ C ] an area on the edge of a large town or city where people who work in the town or city often live: Box Hill is a suburb of Melbourne. We drove from middle-class suburbs to a very poor inner-city area. the suburbs [ plural ]
SUBURB significado, definição SUBURB: 1. an area on the edge of a large town or city where people who work in the town or city often…
Suburbs are residential communities on the outskirts of cities, created in the twentieth century as a way of escaping the crowded and dirty city life. The suburbs also represent an idea of American culture, social life, and values, such as the agrarian ideal, the suburbia, and the problems of sprawl. Learn more about the history, development, and challenges of suburbia from this encyclopedia article.
A suburb is an area of a town or city, a little away from the downtown (city center), where there are fewer big buildings and mainly houses, schools and shops. Such places are called suburban areas or suburban districts. Sometimes, the suburbs cover a very large area.