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Pronunciation of Town: Learn how to pronounce Town in English correctly

Learn how to say Town correctly in English with this tutorial pronunciation video.

Oxford dictionary definition of the word town:

noun
1a built-up area with a name, defined boundaries, and local government, that is larger than a village and generally smaller than a city:
the hotel is eight miles from the nearest town
Britain’s major towns and cities
the particular town under consideration, especially one’s own town:
Churchill was in town
British dated the chief city or town of a region:
he has moved to town
[mass noun] the permanent residents of a university town:
a rift between the city’s town and gown
Often contrasted with gown.
2the central part of a neighbourhood, with its business or shopping area:
Rachel left to drive back into town
3 [mass noun] densely populated areas, especially as contrasted with the country or suburbs:
the cultural differences between town and country
4North Americananother term for township (sense 3).
Phrases
go to town
informal do something thoroughly, enthusiastically, or extravagantly:
I thought I’d go to town on the redecoration
on the town
informal enjoying the nightlife of a city or town:
a lot of guys out for a night on the town
Derivatives
townish
adjective
townlet
noun
townward
adjective & adverb
townwards
adverb
Origin:
Old English tūn ‘enclosed piece of land, homestead, village’, of Germanic origin; related to Dutch tuin ‘garden’ and German Zaun ‘fence’