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Atrocitiesการกระทำโหดร้ายป่าเถื่อน [TU Subject Heading]
Capitals (Cities)เมืองหลวง [TU Subject Heading]
Cities and townsเมือง [TU Subject Heading]
Cities and towns, Ancientเมืองเก่า [TU Subject Heading]
Extinct citiesเมืองโบราณ [TU Subject Heading]
Garden citiesอุทยานนคร [TU Subject Heading]
Trees in citiesต้นไม้ในเมือง [TU Subject Heading]
Sister Citiesบ้านพี่เมืองน้อง หมายถึง ความตกลงระหว่างประเทศ หรือเมืองในประเทศที่ต่างกัน ในการที่จะสถาปนาเมืองในประเทศของแต่ละฝ่ายให้มีความสัมพันธ์ใกล้ชิดกันเป็น พิเศษ เช่น นครเชียงใหม่เป็นบ้านพี่เมืองน้องกับนครเซี่ยงไฮ้ หรือกรุงเทพฯ เป็นบ้านพี่เมืองน้องกับนครลอสแอนเจลิส [การทูต]
Lenticular Opacitiesการทึบแสง, ต้อกระจก [การแพทย์]

ตัวอย่างประโยคจาก Tanaka JP-EN Corpus
citiesThere are a lot of old cities in Italy. Rome and Venice, for example.
citiesOn his tour of Italy, he visited several cities which are famous for their scenic beauty, for instance, Naples and Florence.
citiesThis bus connects the two large cities.
citiesThere are many cities in this country.
citiesThis road connects the two cities.
citiesThis power station alone provides several cities with electricity.
citiesThe two cities are connected by this highway.
citiesThe company has branches in all large cities.
citiesThe company has branches in all large cities.
citiesThose cities have uniform traffic laws.
citiesIn Germany today, antiviolence rallies took place in several cities, including one near Hamburg where three Turks were killed in an arson attack on Monday.
citiesNew York is one of the cities that I previously thought that I wanted to visit.
citiesNew York is among the largest cities in the world.
citiesParis is the largest cities in the world.
citiesYugoslavia says it's not responsible for the actions of Serbian militias in Bosnia which have killed thousands, ruined cities and turned 1.3 million people into refugees over the last three months.
citiesLondon is one of the largest cities in the world.
citiesLondon is among the largest cities in the world.
citiesCrime is certainly on the increase in many of our big cities.
citiesOur cities create serious pollution problems.
citiesYokohama is one of the largest cities in Japan.
citiesYou had better blink at his eccentricities.
citiesToday, people all over the world are moving out of small villages in the country to go and live in big, noisy cities.
citiesSister cities are the same as good neighbors.
citiesI visited cities such as New York, Chicago and Boston.
citiesI am interested in old cities in the world.
citiesI don't like visiting big cities.
citiesI don't like the polluted atmosphere of big cities.
citiesCommerce led to the development of cities.
citiesA small town lies between the big cities.
citiesShanghai is among the largest cities in the world.
citiesMan lives in communities such as cities and countries.
citiesHow long can the world stand by and watch these atrocities?
citiesThe river supplies cities and villages with water.
citiesMany atrocities were committed during the war.
citiesAll big cities have traffic problems.
citiesIn many countries, the main reason that people come to big cities is because of work.
citiesMany cities were destroyed by bombs.
citiesIn large cities, in London for instance, there is heavy smog.
citiesMurders are very common in big cities.
citiesThere is much crime in the big cities.
citiesThe big cities are full of allurements.
citiesBig cities have too high a potential for riots.
citiesBig cities have lots of amusements.
citiesI dislike big cities.
citiesAir is polluted in cities.
citiesFathers in cities spend eight hours in the office and another two hours traveling to and from their work on trains full of people every morning and evening.
citiesThere are more people living in towns and cities.
citiesTokyo is surrounded by many satellite cities.
citiesTokyo is one of the biggest cities.
citiesOur company has branches in many cities.

CMU English Pronouncing Dictionary
CITIES    S IH1 T IY0 Z
CITIES'    S IH1 T IY0 Z
ATROCITIES    AH0 T R AA1 S AH0 T IY0 Z
CAPACITIES    K AH0 P AE1 S AH0 T IY0 Z
VELOCITIES    V AH0 L AA1 S AH0 T IY0 Z
ECCENTRICITIES    EH2 K S EH0 N T R IH1 S AH0 T IY0 Z

Oxford Advanced Learners Dictionary (pronunciation guide only)
cities    (n) (s i1 t i z)
atrocities    (n) (@1 t r o1 s i t i z)
capacities    (n) (k @1 p a1 s i t i z)
felicities    (n) (f @1 l i1 s i t i z)
ferocities    (n) (f @1 r o1 s i t i z)
scarcities    (n) (s k e@1 s i t i z)
velocities    (n) (v @1 l o1 s i t i z)
mendacities    (n) (m e1 n d a1 s i t i z)
elasticities    (n) (e2 l a s t i1 s i t i z)
eccentricities    (n) (e2 k s e n t r i1 s i t i z)

German-English: TU-Chemnitz DING Dictionary
Abscheulichkeit {f} | Abscheulichkeiten {pl}atrocity | atrocities [Add to Longdo]
Exzentrizität {f}; Überspanntheit {f} | Exzentrizitäten {pl}eccentricity; excentricity | eccentricities [Add to Longdo]
Gefräßigkeit {f} | Gefräßigkeiten {pl}voracity | voracities [Add to Longdo]
Geschwindigkeit {f} | Geschwindigkeiten {pl} | mittlere Geschwindigkeitvelocity | velocities | mean velocity [Add to Longdo]
Giftstoff {m} | Giftstoffe {pl}toxicity | toxicities [Add to Longdo]
Gräueltat {f}; Greueltat {f} [alt]; Schreckenstat {f} | Gräueltaten {pl}; Greueltaten {pl} [alt]; Schreckenstaten {pl}atrocity | atrocities [Add to Longdo]
Hauptstadt {f}; Kapitale {f} | Hauptstädte {pl}capital; capital city | capitals; capital cities [Add to Longdo]
Kapazität {f} | Kapazitäten {pl}capacity | capacities [Add to Longdo]
Landflucht {f}rural migration; migration from the land; emigration to the cities [Add to Longdo]
Lebhaftigkeit {f} | Lebhaftigkeiten {pl}vivacity | vivacities [Add to Longdo]
Partnerstadt {f} | Partnerstädte {pl}twin town; twin city | twin towns; twin cities [Add to Longdo]
Stadt {f} | Städte {pl} | in der ganzen Stadtcity; town | cities; towns | all over the town [Add to Longdo]
Stadtflucht {f}exodus from the cities [Add to Longdo]
Unfähigkeit {f}; Unvermögen {n} | Unfähigkeiten {pl}incapability | incapacities [Add to Longdo]
Unglück {n} | Unglücke {pl}infelicity | infelicities [Add to Longdo]
Wahrhaftigkeit {f} | Wahrhaftigkeiten {pl}veracity | veracities [Add to Longdo]

Japanese-English: EDICT Dictionary
ジオシティーズ[, jioshitei-zu] (n) {comp} GeoCities [Add to Longdo]
学童疎開[がくどうそかい, gakudousokai] (n) evacuation of school children (from major cities to more rural areas, esp. during late World War II) [Add to Longdo]
楽市楽座[らくいちらくざ, rakuichirakuza] (n) free markets and open guilds (policy enacted by daimyo in the Azuchimomoyama Period (1573-1598) that weakened the strict regulations surrounding business establishment in market places and important cities, allowing new businesses to open in Joka-machi market places) [Add to Longdo]
奇行[きこう, kikou] (n) eccentricities [Add to Longdo]
三大都市[さんだいとし, sandaitoshi] (n) the three largest cities [Add to Longdo]
姉妹都市[しまいとし, shimaitoshi] (n) sister cities [Add to Longdo]
市区町村名[しくちょうそんめい, shikuchousonmei] (n) omnibus term for the names of cities, wards, towns or villages [Add to Longdo]
市町[しちょう, shichou] (n) cities and towns [Add to Longdo]
市町村[しちょうそん, shichouson] (n) cities, towns and villages; municipalities; (P) [Add to Longdo]
手に余る[てにあまる, teniamaru] (exp,v5r) to be beyond one's capacities; to be beyond one's powers; to be beyond one's control; to be unmanageable [Add to Longdo]
小器[しょうき, shouki] (n) small container; person of small capacities [Add to Longdo]
潜在能力[せんざいのうりょく, senzainouryoku] (n) potential; latent faculties; potential capacities [Add to Longdo]
地方都市[ちほうとし, chihoutoshi] (n) provincial city; provincial town; suburban city; regional towns and cities [Add to Longdo]
逃散[ちょうさん;とうさん, chousan ; tousan] (n) fleeing in all directions; (in Japanese history, a reference to) farmers who abandoned their fields and fled to the cities or other districts to evade onerous taxes [Add to Longdo]
武漢三鎮[ぶかんさんちん, bukansanchin] (n) the Three Wuhan Cities [Add to Longdo]

Chinese-English: CC-CEDICT Dictionary
伤天害理[shāng tiān hài lǐ, ㄕㄤ ㄊㄧㄢ ㄏㄞˋ ㄌㄧˇ, / ] to offend Heaven and reason (成语 saw); bloody atrocities that cry to heaven; outrageous acts [Add to Longdo]
城镇[chéng zhèn, ㄔㄥˊ ㄓㄣˋ, / ] cities and towns; city; town [Add to Longdo]
租界[zū jiè, ㄗㄨ ㄐㄧㄝˋ, ] settlement; international settlement in many Chinese cities established under unequal treaties from 1860 [Add to Longdo]
关东军[Guān dōng jūn, ㄍㄨㄢ ㄉㄨㄥ ㄐㄩㄣ, / ] the Japanese Kwantung army (or Kantou army), responsible for numerous atrocities in China during WWII [Add to Longdo]

Japanese-English: COMPDICT Dictionary
ジオシティーズ[じおしていーず, jioshitei-zu] GeoCities [Add to Longdo]

Result from Foreign Dictionaries (1 entries found)

From The Collaborative International Dictionary of English v.0.48 [gcide]:

  City \Cit"y\ (s[i^]t"[y^]), n.; pl. {Cities} (s[i^]t"[i^]z).
     [OE. cite, F. cit['e], fr. L. civitas citizenship, state,
     city, fr. civis citizen; akin to Goth. heiwa (in heiwafrauja
     man of the house), AS. h[imac]wan, pl., members of a family,
     servants, h[imac]red family, G. heirath marriage, prop.,
     providing a house, E. hind a peasant.]
     1. A large town.
        [1913 Webster]
  
     2. A corporate town; in the United States, a town or
        collective body of inhabitants, incorporated and governed
        by a mayor and aldermen or a city council consisting of a
        board of aldermen and a common council; in Great Britain,
        a town corporate, which is or has been the seat of a
        bishop, or the capital of his see.
        [1913 Webster]
  
              A city is a town incorporated; which is, or has
              been, the see of a bishop; and though the bishopric
              has been dissolved, as at Westminster, it yet
              remaineth a city.                     --Blackstone
        [1913 Webster]
  
              When Gorges constituted York a city, he of course
              meant it to be the seat of a bishop, for the word
              city has no other meaning in English law. --Palfrey
        [1913 Webster]
  
     3. The collective body of citizens, or inhabitants of a city.
        "What is the city but the people?" --Shak.
  
     Syn: See {Village}.
          [1913 Webster]

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