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res·i·den·tial

 (rĕz′ĭ-dĕn′shəl)
adj.
1. Of, relating to, or having residence: a residential college.
2. Of, suitable for, or limited to residences: residential zoning.

res′i·den′tial·ly adv.

residential

(ˌrɛzɪˈdɛnʃəl)
adj
1. suitable for or allocated for residence: a residential area.
2. relating to or having residence
ˌresiˈdentially adv

res•i•den•tial

(ˌrɛz ɪˈdɛn ʃəl)

adj.
1. pertaining to residence or to residences: a residential requirement for a doctorate.
2. characterized by private residences: a residential neighborhood.
[1645–55; < Medieval Latin residenti(a) residence + -al1]
res`i•den′tial•ly, adv.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.residential - used or designed for residence or limited to residences; "a residential hotel"; "a residential quarter"; "a residential college"; "residential zoning"
nonresidential - not residential; "the commercial or nonresidential areas of a town"; "community colleges are typically nonresidential"
2.residential - of or relating to or connected with residence; "a residential requirement for the doctorate"

residential

adjective suburban, commuter, dormitory a smart residential area
Translations
سَكَني، مُعَد للسَّكَنسَكَنيّمُتَطَلِّب للسَّكَن
obytnývilovývyžadující bydlení v místědomácímístní
beboelses-for beboelsemed bolig på stedet
asuin-
stambeni
bennlakással járó
ætlaîur til búsetu á vinnustaîíbúîar-sem varîar fasta búsetu
住宅地の
거주의
miestnyobytnývilový
bostads-
เขตที่มีที่พักอาศัย
bir yerde oturmayla ilgilimeskunoturmaya ayrılmışyatılı
thuộc khu dân cư

residential

[ˌrezɪˈdenʃəl]
A. ADJ [area] → residencial; [work] → interno
B. CPD residential home N (for old people) → residencia f (de ancianos), hogar m; (for handicapped people) → hogar m para minusválidos

residential

[ˌrɛzɪˈdɛnʃəl] adj
[area] → résidentiel(le)
a residential area → une zone résidentielle
residential property → propriété où l'on habite
[course] → résidentiel(le)residential care nsoins mpl résidentiels
to be in residential care [old person] → être en maison de retraite; [handicapped person] → être dans un centre pour handicapésresidential home n (for old people)maison f de retraite; (for handicapped people)centre m pour handicapésresidential school ninternat mresidents' association nassociation f de riverains

residential

adj jobim Haus; collegemit einem Wohnheim verbunden; residential requirements for votingMeldevoraussetzungen zur Ausübung des Wahlrechts; residential accommodationUnterbringung fim Heim; residential customer (for utilities) → Privathaushalt m; residential developmentWohnungsbau m; residential marketHäuser- und Wohnungsmarkt m, → nichtgewerblicher Immobilienmarkt; residential mortgageHypothek ffür Wohneigentum; residential propertyWohngebäude nt; residential streetWohnstraße f

residential

:
residential area
nWohngebiet nt, → Wohngegend f
residential care
nHeimpflege f
residential home
nWohnheim nt; (= superior home)Wohnstift nt

residential

[ˌrɛzɪˈdɛnʃl] adj (area) → residenziale
residential course → corso con pernottamento
residential nurse → infermiere/a interno/a

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.

residential

سَكَنيّ obytný beboelses- im Haus οικιστικός residencial asuin- résidentiel stambeni residenziale 住宅地の 거주의 woon- bolig- mieszkaniowy residencial жилой bostads- เขตที่มีที่พักอาศัย meskun thuộc khu dân cư 住宅的
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The Waldorf-Astoria alone tops all residential buildings with eleven hundred and twenty telephones and five hundred thousand calls a year; while merely the Christmas Eve orders that flash into Marshall Field's store, or John Wanamaker's, have risen as high as the three thousand mark.
It was now dusk, and after I had routed out some biscuits and a cheese in the bar--there was a meat safe, but it contained nothing but maggots--I wan- dered on through the silent residential squares to Baker Street --Portman Square is the only one I can name--and so came out at last upon Regent's Park.
On Saturday he met me with a well-groomed motor, and ran me out, in an hour and a half, to an exclusive residential district of dustless roads and elegantly designed country villas, each standing in from three to five acres of perfectly appointed land.
He was a member of the residential colony who had made Florence their home.
Eager and Miss Bartlett--even if culminating in a residential tea-party--was no longer the greatest of them.
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Spofford Avenue is the finest residential street in Kingsport.
In a day, his onslaught of wealth had turned open farming country into one of the best residential districts of the city.
Being near London, it had not shared in the rural decay, and its long High Street had budded out right and left into residential estates.
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Navigant Research's term for this emerging set of technologies is residential generation and storage (RGS).
Barbara Fox, Fox Residential; Jeanne Oliver-Taylor, REBNY; Elaine Dean, The Corcoran Group; Jeff Rothstein, Prudential Douglas Elliman; Ruth McCoy, Brown Harris Stevens Residential Sales; Brenda Hersh-Weinberg, Buchbinder & Warren; Jane Bayard, Warburg Realty Partnership Ltd and Diane Ramirez, Halstead Property LLC.

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