home town


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home town

or

hometown

n
the town where a person lives, or where they come from
Translations

home town

ncittà f inv natale
References in classic literature ?
Christine was engaged to somebody in her home town.
I now felt that I had the opportunity to help the people of my home town to a higher life.
Tarzan wondered why the men had gone into the jungle, nor did it ever occur to him that one could become lost in that maze of undergrowth which to him was as simple as is the main street of your own home town to you.
Referring to the importance of Mr Jones to Barry, Dr Johnson said: "It is only right that someone recognised internationally for their work should also be recognised in their home town.
Lenny, who will be performing in his Dudley home town on Tuesday and Wednesday, was asked by Hancock this week if he saw himself being added to the Birmingham Walk of Stars in the future.
Davidson, who plays in the second row, left his home town to study at Edinburgh University and played for Scottish first division side Boroughmuir before signing full time for Edinburgh.
A Stockton couple have taken over a second bar in their home town.
But the Edinburgh-born singer is fiercely patriotic and returns to her home town at every opportunity.
FORMER cricket umpire Dickie Bird wept with joy when he was granted the freedom of the borough by his home town of Barnsley.
A bust of colourful former Cheltenham MP the late Sir Charles Irving was unveiled at a ceremony in his home town yesterday, exactly three years after his death.
THOUSANDS of fans served up a hero's welcome for US Open and Olympic tennis champion Andy Murray in his home town of Dunblane yesterday.
Hopkins said: "Like football, like basketball, like hockey, when you go into another man's home town that man gets an extra point before the fight even starts.