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arrondissements

Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of arrondissement.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • The paper hoped that its readers might reflect on the fact that Frenchmen had barely “suspected” the existence of so many Jews—not only in certain quartiers known to be Jewish but in “chic” arrondissements as well.96 Another newspaper concurred.

    Bloodlust

  • The paper hoped that its readers might reflect on the fact that Frenchmen had barely “suspected” the existence of so many Jews—not only in certain quartiers known to be Jewish but in “chic” arrondissements as well.96 Another newspaper concurred.

    Bloodlust

  • Aix is a wonderful walking/shopping town, terrific produce/market and flea town, Musee Granet, the fountains (in particular Les Quatre Dauphins), different neighborhoods (arrondissements), Cezanne's town!

    Que Faire a Aix-en-Provence? / What to do in Aix-en-Provence? - French Word-A-Day

  • Individual arrondissements, including the fashionable 11th, have already introduced occasional bans on drinking in public, and many more are expected.

    France's young binge drinkers upset cafe society with their 'British boozing'

  • The Brazilian presence is also growing; Jean-Philippe Roux, manager of luxury real-estate agency John Taylor's new Paris office, says he has nine Brazilians interested in the seventh and eighth arrondissements.

    The New Global City

  • At ten Simone disappeared from her family's apartment in one of Paris' upscale arrondissements.

    George Mitrovich: Do You Know Simone Weil?

  • In Paris, there are denizens of smarter single-digit arrondissements who've visited Bhutan and Madagascar but have never — quelle horreur — set foot in the 19th or 20th.

    Following the Bobos to Greener Pastures

  • Typically, in the movie "Paris, je t'aime," shot in 18 arrondissements, the only really dismal backdrop — a concrete plaza ringed by 1970s housing blocks — turns out to be in the 19th.

    Following the Bobos to Greener Pastures

  • Returning residents are also having to adjust their view of "the snail" — the 20 arrondissements, or districts, within the city.

    Following the Bobos to Greener Pastures

  • Cafés, bookstores, and boutiques filled in the picturesque neoclassical buildings on wide tree-lined avenues, making up the arrondissements that fanned out from the River Seine.

    Starlit

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