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NOUN   urbanisation | urbanisations
SYNO urbanisation | urbanization
урбанизация {ж}
urbanisation [Br.]
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Translation for 'urbanisation' from English to Russian

urbanisation [Br.]
урбанизация {ж}городсоциол.
Usage Examples English
  • By 1890 the urbanisation of the area was complete.
  • The organisation has published work on urbanisation, political and institutional reform, regional integration, health and agriculture, amongst other issues.
  • This butterfly is abundant but threatened by urbanisation in some areas.
  • With increasing urbanisation, high-rises are also springing up within the suburbs of George Town.
  • The swamps that these frogs inhabit are coming under increasing threat by urbanisation.
  • This species has declined due to urbanisation around Sydney.
  • In March 2012, he also announced that he would become the official patron to the community organisation Stop Norwich UrBanisation or SNUB, whose aim is to protect Norfolk's countryside from overdevelopment and excessive urbanisation.
  • "Myrcia costeira" is considered to be vulnerable due to threats to its habitat from urbanisation.
  • It has been proposed that Myrciaria cambuca is endangered, due to farming, urbanisation and the invasion of alien species into its habitat.
  • They left for Angola and worked there with the French urbanist Étienne de Gröer on the preparation of the first urbanisation plan for the city of Luanda, following an identical and prior collaboration on the urbanisation plan for Coimbra.
  • Seto edited a collection of papers for "Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America" (PNAS) on urbanisation and sustainability, investigating the impact of large-scale urbanisation.
  • Regarding the setting, the EBTs generally depict the world of the second urbanisation period, which features small scale towns and villages, and small competing states (the mahajanapadas) with a lower level of urbanisation compared to that of the Mauryan era.
  • Moreover, the country is experiencing a rapid and unplanned urbanisation without ensuring the adequate infrastructure and basic social services.
  • farmers whose lands are acquired for the urbanisation or industrialisation.
  • As is true with population growth, urbanisation is an uneven and nonlinear process.
  • Rich agricultural soil is sacrificed for urbanisation.
  • Barking's population grew steadily after urbanisation began in the late 19th century.
  • Members sign this declaration to show their commitment to working "together, and with others, to tackle the challenges of rapid urbanisation, the urbanisation of poverty and the hazards posed by climate change and natural disasters."
  • Nearby inland is a large urbanisation built from the mid-1980s onwards confusingly also called La Marina: more correctly called Urbanisation La Marina.
  • After World War II, the locality reached a higher urbanisation level. Its status was changed from commune to town in 2004.
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