Translation of suburb in Spanish:


Pronunciation /ˈsəbərb//ˈsʌbəːb/


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    barrio residencial de las afueras masculine
    colonia feminine Mexico
    the suburbs los barrios periféricos / de las afueras (de la ciudad)
    • The shock of what had happened on a quiet residential street in a suburb of Leeds on Boxing Day hung in the air yesterday.
    • So the only places I've really been to in Sydney are the city and the suburb I live in.
    • Outside her circle she was unknown, living on an estate in the suburbs of an unloved city.
    • This works well, and does a fine job of connecting the downstream suburbs to the city upstream.
    • Wine bars have sprung up all over the cities and the suburbs, many with cafe dining.
    • That city's estates and suburbs have provided the locations and settings for all his work to date.
    • In the past few years it has opened a string of retail shops across Dublin city and suburbs.
    • The pain has been borne by people in regional Australia and the outer suburbs of the cities.
    • Then she moved to the suburbs and finally the city, where there was a career and a kid and the usual balancing act.
    • These outlets have sprung up at virtually every vantage point in the city and suburbs.
    • We did much better in the inner city than in the suburbs and the countryside.
    • The suburbs of the cities have proved to be a difficulty when assessing their political allegiance.
    • If she had moved to a country town instead of a city suburb where she felt left out, alone and ignored.
    • Several other villages and suburbs around the district will lose their roadside urinals.
    • A good place to start is in San Angel, one of the city's most charming suburbs.
    • The victim lives in a quiet suburb of a city which enjoys one of the highest qualities of life in Britain.
    • The subjects come from a variety of backgrounds, from inner city ghettoes to upmarket suburbs.
    • It raises the aspirations of its pupils, both in the leafy suburbs and the inner city.
    • Older people with greater income and more assets tend to move out of the city and into suburbs.
    • The Glasgow market is seeing a high level of demand throughout the city and its suburbs.