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res·i·den·cy

 (rĕz′ĭ-dən-sē, -dĕn′-)
n. pl. res·i·den·cies
1. The position or term of a medical resident.
2.
a. The house of a colonial resident.
b. The sphere of authority of a colonial resident.
3. Residence.

residency

(ˈrɛzɪdənsɪ)
n, pl -cies
1. (Art Terms) a variant of residence
2. (Government, Politics & Diplomacy) a variant of residence
3. (Music, other) a regular series of concerts by a band or singer at one venue
4. (Medicine) US and Canadian the period, following internship, during which a physician undergoes further clinical training, usually in one medical speciality
5. (Historical Terms) (in India, formerly) the official house of the governor general at the court of a native prince
6. (Government, Politics & Diplomacy) (in India, formerly) the official house of the governor general at the court of a native prince

res•i•den•cy

(ˈrɛz ɪ dən si)

n., pl. -cies.
2. the position or tenure of a medical resident.
3. (in British India) the official residence of a representative of the British governor general at the court of an Indian ruler.
4. an administrative division of the Dutch East Indies.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.residency - the act of dwelling in a placeresidency - the act of dwelling in a place  
human action, human activity, act, deed - something that people do or cause to happen
lodging - the act of lodging
occupancy, tenancy - an act of being a tenant or occupant
2.residency - the position of physician who is receiving special training in a hospital (usually after completing an internship)
berth, billet, post, situation, position, office, place, spot - a job in an organization; "he occupied a post in the treasury"
Translations
مَقَر الحاكِم في مُسْتَعْمَرَه
rezidencesídlo
residens
embættisbústaîur
sömürge valisinin evi

residency

[ˈrezɪdənsɪ] Nresidencia f

residency

[ˈrɛzɪdənsi] n
(= permission to live or stay) (in country)permis m de séjour
He applied for British residency → Il a demandé un permis de séjour en Grande-Bretagne.
(US) (= training period) [doctor] → résidence f
pediatric residency → résidence en pédiatrie

residency

n
(US) = residence b
(Brit) → Residenz f
(of doctor)Assistenzzeit fim Krankenhaus

residency

[ˈrɛzɪdnsɪ] nresidenza

resident

(ˈrezidənt) noun
a person who lives or has his home in a particular place. a resident of Edinburgh.
adjective
1. living or having one's home in a place. He is now resident abroad.
2. living, having to live, or requiring a person to live, in the place where he works. a resident caretaker.
reside (rəˈzaid) verb
to live or have one's home in a place. He now resides abroad.
ˈresidence noun
1. a person's home, especially the grand house of someone important.
2. the act of living in a place, or the time of this. during his residence in Spain.
ˈresidencyplural ˈresidencies noun
the home of the governor etc in a colony etc.
ˌresiˈdential (-ˈdenʃəl) adjective
1. (of an area of a town etc) containing houses rather than offices, shops etc. This district is mainly residential; a residential neighbourhood/area.
2. requiring a person to live in the place where he works. a residential post.
3. of, concerned with, living in a place.
ˈresidence hall noun
(American dormitory) a building with rooms for university students to live in.
in residence
(especially of someone important) staying in a place, sometimes to perform some official duties. The Queen is in residence here this week.
take up residence
to go and live (in a place, building etc). He has taken up residence in France.

residency

n. residencia, período de entrenamiento médico especializado que se hace gen. en un hospital.
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