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 small-town ['smɔːl'taʊn] | фразы
общ. характерный для небольшого города; местечковый (Tanya Gesse)
архит. провинциальный
Макаров. захолустный
 small town ['smɔːl'taʊn]
общ. городок ( ART Vancouver); захолустный; характерный для небольшого города; п.г.т. (MichaelBurov); местечко (in Ukraine and Byelorussia); посёлок (Big City: 300,000+ people within city limits City: 100,000-300,000 citizens within limits Small City: 20,000-100,000 citizens within limits Big Town: 7,000-20,000 citizens within limits Town: 800-7,000 citizens within limits Small Town: 200-800 citizens within limits Village: 50-200 citizens within limits Hamlet: Community with less than 50 members. A small town generally is community possessing a post office and not much else.. Maybe a gas station or two. If you live within 10 minutes of a Wal-Mart, chances are you don't live in a small town. Also it should not be said that there is nothing to do if there is a Wal-Mart around, because there is a high probability that there is a theater or fast food restaurant around too. "Man, city people get bored too easily, if they have one uneventful night, they automatically say 'I hate living in this small town' when actually they should be saying 'This isn't so bad, imagine living in a real small town.'" UD Alexander Demidov); маленький городок (Alexander Demidov); небольшой городок (especially as considered to be unsophisticated or petty Val_Ships); захолустный городок (Val_Ships); пгт (MichaelBurov); посёлок городского типа (MichaelBurov)
ист. пригород
произв. минигородок (Yeldar Azanbayev)
стр. Am. малый город (Andrey Truhachev)
уст. пригородье
  small-town: 35 фраз в 6 тематиках
История1
Макаров19
Общая лексика10
Полиграфия1
Производство1
Разговорное выражение3