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  • adj. Between boroughs.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Existing or forming a communication between boroughs: as, the interborough railway in New York.


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inter- +β€Ž borough


  • First there would be a parade through Brooklyn, the hoopla and buzz of a city overwhelmed by an interborough rivalry, and Snider later acknowledged it got in his head.

    My Bat Boy Days

  • The Boston Globe's Matt Viser discovered that in an interborough tour yesterday clad in Red Sox apparel.

    Girardi Will Take Reins in Bronx

  • One of the century's longest, most bitter sports rivalries stemmed from the natural interborough hostilities that existed for decades when the teams were in New York. - Dodgers, Giants must dig deep amid heat

  • The World Series is interborough warfare again, just like the good old days.

    Baseball endures through changing times

  • His interborough education between Brooklyn Technical High School and the School of Visual Arts turned him into what can only be described as β€œan artist with chutzpah.”


  • If the facility is moved to Brooklyn, all interborough mail would be sent there and then back to Queens, lengthening delivery times.

    NYDN Rss

  • After a close loss to Stony Brook, the Lions will travel to Staten Island tonight for an interborough contest with the Wagner College Seahawks.

    Columbia Daily Spectator

  • When you're a Queens-raised autonomous interborough subway child like us, your overloaded experience of life before even your first kiss is enough to almost permanently tattoo that knowing smirk on your face for life.



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