[ US /ˈdaʊnˈtaʊn/ ]
[ UK /dˈa‍ʊnta‍ʊn/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. of or located in the lower part of a town, or in the business center
    downtown Manhattan
    delinquents roaming the downtown streets
NOUN
  1. the central area or commercial center of a town or city
    the heart of Birmingham's downtown
ADVERB
  1. toward or in the lower or central part of town
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How To Use downtown In A Sentence

  • So I hied myself downtown to a famous pet shop named Trefflich's, where there was an entire floor filled with chattering squirrel monkeys. Jay Weston: Do Monkeys Make Good Pets?
  • The councillors put the problem of downtown parking before the mayor.
  • With his baseball cap and goatee, he would fit in perfectly with the demonstrators downtown.
  • King was eight years old when he was slapped by a white woman in a downtown Atlanta department store and insulted with a racial slur.
  • This finding came about because of one lonely air quality monitor near the cowtown area of western Pinal County, nearly 40 miles and across the mountains from downtown Phoenix," he said. Los Angeles Tops Nation In Air Polution
  • The two joggers seemed surprised when a motorized wheelchair zipped past them on the downtown Denver sidewalk.
  • IDAHO FALLS, Idaho -- More orange cones are going up in Downtown Idaho Falls. LocalNews8.com - Local News 8 - Headlines
  • From the main fire station in downtown Tampa, officials in a meeting heard the fire a mile away.
  • There's a photo shoot going on in the poolside bar as I arrive, and the parking valets are even more surly than downtown.
  • That site is at Bay, Broad and Forsyth streets, one of the busiest traffic areas downtown.
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