Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "District"

The meaning of "District" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does go district by district mean?
A: It refers to the fact that she will go through every single district one after another
Q: What does The district attorney is eyeballing the mayor’s seat and knows that corpses don’t swing pretty for a hungry electorate. mean?
A: Ok, the DA still wants the mayor's job. The mothers lawyer is blaming that as the motivation for the DA's actions. Being involved in a death penalty case wouldn't help his chances with the voters, is where I'm guessing the corpse reference comes in. How that applies to the mothers case is not clear to me, but a defense lawyer will say just about anything. So I'm sure he has a connection of some kind.
Q: What does What’s means “DC”of “Washington DC”?It is district?Yes or no? mean?
A: District of Columbia
Q: What does district mean?
A: a district is an area that has been selectively set up for a specific characteristic/service/population. Two examples are school districts (a housing area where those kids attend a designated school) and a shopping district (an area primarily for a group of stores)
Q: What does all district in sports mean?
A: It just denotes who was chosen in particular regions as one of the best at the sport (though it can also extend to other extracurricular activities such as marching band).

All district is just smaller than all conference.

Example sentences using "District"

Q: Please show me example sentences with district.
A: "the town is broken down into different school districts depending on where you live."

District is usually used to break down geographical areas
Q: Please show me example sentences with district.
A: A district means a region or a division of territory/country for administrative purposes.
The centre of the mining district was probably about 5m.
The industrial district is far a way from the city.
Q: Please show me example sentences with district.
A: The district was well known for its beautiful scenery.
We went to the shopping district hoping to find a wedding dress.
My friend transferred to another school district.
Q: Please show me example sentences with district .
A: I am from San Francisco's mission district! It is a lovely and diverse neighborhood. I hope this helps! 😊

Synonyms of "District" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between district and area ?
A: District - specific part of a city or town with a unique characteristic

Examples: “Want to go with us to the shopping district?”

“This area is known as the international food district

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Area - (2 definitions)
1. In math, it is all of the space of a shape

Examples: “The area of this triangle is 3 meters squared”

“Find the area of this square”


2. Any defined part of a place

“I want the table to be in this area of the house”

“Have you ever been to this area of town?”
Q: What is the difference between district and county and state and province ?
A: Different countries are divided up in different ways.

The United States is divided into 50 states. Those states are subdivided into counties. (There can be anywhere from 3 to 254 counties per state).

China is divided into 34 districts, but only 23 of those are provinces... 4 cities, for example, are their own districts.

England has nine regions, but perhaps the more meaningful division is into 48 counties.
Q: What is the difference between district and region and area and zone ?
A: District - an area that's defined by a particular feature or use, particularly administration/business
e.g. a shopping district is full of shops

Region - is sometimes interchangeable with district because it refers to areas defined by a characteristic
e.g. farming region - a rural region mainly consisting of farmland
It can also refer to much larger areas of land, such as sections of continents. This word is often used in political discussions.

Area - the least specific of the 4 words. This can refer to space of any size.

Zone - an area characterised by certain features, particularly restrictions. Commonly used in political discussion.
e.g. postal zone - an area where every person has the same post code
e.g. climatic zone - areas of the globe with distinctive climates

I hope this helps!
Q: What is the difference between district and area and neighborhood ?
A: Neighborhood is a general term referring to the places near your house (e.g. your neighbours' houses, the nearby shops, a bank, a school, etc.)

Districts are places marked out by the government (so like smaller countries and borders within a country)

Area is a general term to refer to a piece of land or group of buildings.
Q: What is the difference between district and region ?
A: They are almost the same, district is more about an exact area while region is more about the general area.

"I hear the district of Kansas has some of the best clothes"

"The northern region has really great politicians"

Translations of "District"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? district
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? depends on district, It is forbidden smoking outside except for smoking room in Japan.
A: depending on the district, it is forbidden to smoke. The only exception is inside smoking rooms.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? district 4 not only has 1 but 4 bridges to be deployed, one picture in place of thousands of words
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Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? district
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Other questions about "District"

Q: Hello!eyeryone.I want know,How do you by one district going to other district in US?
For example taxi of bus. Does this sound natural?
A: Hello everyone.

I would like to know how to travel between districts in the US, for example by taxi, bus...?
Q: 1. I don't know much this district. I've been here few times.
2. I don't know much this district. I've been here only a few times. Does this sound natural?
A: I don't know much ABOUT this district. I've only been there/here a few times.

Use "Here" if you are currently at the district.
Use "There" if you are talking about the district, but you are not currently at the district.
Q: our district is being developed.
so not many people live here yet.
feel free to correct me. Does this sound natural?
A: your answer is correct but this sounds more natural -
our district is under development so not many people live here, yet!

Q: I spent poor district in youth Does this sound natural?
A: I think what you are trying to say is, "I spent my youth in the poor district"
Q: ​​We have always been to cool districts during our summer vacations, but he said "How about going to Hawaii?" Does this sound natural?
A: We have always been to colder districts/places during our summer vacations, but he said, "How about (going to) Hawaii?".

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