urban area

  1. a geographical area constituting a city or town
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How To Use urban area In A Sentence

  • Trichuris was more prevalent in urban children, Ascaris and hookworm were more common in rural children, and hookworm was particularly rare in the urban area.
  • The family moves out of their unnamed city to an unnamed suburban area to start again.
  • The metropolitan grouping reflects urban areas and a fully functioning tiered health care system with ready access to tertiary care.
  • The early success and popularity of rural reforms encouraged the introduction of economic change in urban areas.
  • This difference in prescribing between rural and urban areas was found almost exclusively in patients not attending a hospital diabetic clinic.
  • Angola is relatively urbanized because in the 1980s many people sought refuge in the safer urban areas.
  • In suburban areas, there are usually suitable trees in nearby gardens. The Sun
  • In places where there is no water for farming, men migrate to urban areas in search of work leaving women behind to fend for the old, and the infirm and the children.
  • Do 20mph zones in urban areas save lives? Times, Sunday Times
  • Indian food (such as chapattis, a flat bread; samosas, vegetable or meat-filled pastries; and masala, a spiced rice dish), is widely available in all urban areas.
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