- a village or hamlet in which a periodic market or fair is held.
- any village or hamlet.
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Idioms for town
- to be successful.
- to do well, efficiently, or speedily: The engineers really went to town on those plans.
- to lose restraint or inhibition; overindulge.
- Informal. in quest of entertainment in a city's nightclubs, bars, etc.; out to have a good time: a bunch of college kids out on the town.
- supported by the public charity of the state or community; on relief.
Origin of town
synonym study for town
OTHER WORDS FROM towntownless, adjectivein·ter·town, adjective
Words nearby town
Definition for town (2 of 2)
Example sentences from the Web for town
Helping revive small towns isn’t minor league baseball’s only upside.Can Small-Town America Survive Pandemic’s Hit to Minor League Baseball?|Charu Kasturi|September 14, 2020|Ozy
Every week, anywhere from one to five individuals will show up from each town, with each outcome equally likely.
On Tuesday, Hancock’s health department issued its latest localized coronavirus restrictions, this time affecting the town of Bolton, near Manchester in the North of England.As the U.K.’s coronavirus testing system struggles, the health secretary blames too many ‘inappropriate’ tests|David Meyer|September 9, 2020|Fortune
When your legs need a rest, there’s year-round climbing within an hour of town.
Connell says most of his friends do work but that could be because he lives in a ski resort town with more jobs for teenagers than elsewhere.
Their bodies were later found incinerated and buried in mass graves outside of town.Why Mexicans Are Enraged by Obama’s Big Tuesday Meeting|Ruben Navarrette Jr.|January 6, 2015|DAILY BEAST
The sheriff charged them with truancy, and then he and his officers ran them out of town.Dr. King Goes to Hollywood: The Flawed History of ‘Selma’|Gary May|January 2, 2015|DAILY BEAST
Some of the streets in this part of the town have seen large scale-destruction.
The town, known in Arabic as Ayn al-Arab, is so significant to ISIS that the group calls it Ayn al-Islam.
That will leave troops in a lurch when the F-35 eventually becomes the only game in town.Newest U.S. Stealth Fighter ‘10 Years Behind’ Older Jets|Dave Majumdar|December 26, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Hart County was named for her, and the town of Hartford, which in 1810 was the county seat of Pulaski.Revolutionary Reader|Sophie Lee Foster
That was the result, he thought, of his absurd whim of loitering about Berry town.
But he passes on at last, with a troop of boys following to the town limits.Ways of Wood Folk|William J. Long
Like everything else in the Congo, this town has been arranged and built for practical use.A Journal of a Tour in the Congo Free State|Marcus Dorman
The man lived, and his descendants are among the principal inhabitants of the town of Stratton to this day.Footprints of Former Men in Far Cornwall|Robert S. Hawker
British Dictionary definitions for town
- a densely populated urban area, typically smaller than a city and larger than a village, having some local powers of government and a fixed boundary
- (as modifier)town life Related adjective: urban
- to make a supreme or unrestricted effort; go all out
- Australian and NZ informal to lose one's temper
Derived forms of towntownish, adjectivetownless, adjective
Word Origin for town
Idioms and Phrases with town
In addition to the idiom beginning with town
- town and gown
- all over the place (town)
- ghost town
- go to town
- man about town
- one-horse town
- only game in town
- on the town
- out of town
- paint the town red
- talk of the town