Mancunian


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Man·cu·ni·an

 (măn-kyo͞o′nē-ən, -kyo͞on′yən)
adj.
Of or relating to Manchester, England.
n.
A native or inhabitant of Manchester, England.

[From Latin Mancunium, Manchester, of Celtic origin.]
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Mancunian

(mæŋˈkjuːnɪən)
n
(Peoples) a native or inhabitant of Manchester
adj
(Placename) of or relating to Manchester
[from Medieval Latin Mancunium Manchester]
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Man•cu•ni•an

(mænˈkyu ni ən, -ˈkyun yən)

n.
1. a native or resident of Manchester, England.
adj.
2. of or pertaining to Manchester, England, or its residents.
[1900–05; < Medieval Latin Mancuni(um) Manchester + -an1]
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.Mancunian - a native or resident of Manchester
Manchester - a city in northwestern England (30 miles to the east of Liverpool); heart of the most densely populated area of England
English person - a native or inhabitant of England
Adj.1.Mancunian - of or relating to or characteristic of the English city of Manchester or its residentsMancunian - of or relating to or characteristic of the English city of Manchester or its residents; "Mancunian merchants"
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Translations

Mancunian

[mænˈkjuːnɪən]
A. ADJde Manchester
B. N (= native) → nativo/a m/f de Manchester; (= inhabitant) → habitante mf de Manchester
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Mancunian

[mæŋˈkjuːniən]
adjde Manchester
n
(= resident) → habitant(e) m/f de Manchester
(by birth)natif/ive m/f de Manchester
Collins English/French Electronic Resource. © HarperCollins Publishers 2005

Mancunian

nBewohner(in) m(f)Manchesters; he’s a Mancunianer kommt or ist aus Manchester
adjaus Manchester
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Mancunian

[mæŋˈkjuːnɪən]
1. adjdi Manchester
2. n (resident) → abitante m/f di Manchester; (native) → originario/a di Manchester
Collins Italian Dictionary 1st Edition © HarperCollins Publishers 1995
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WORK has started on a major new project designed to help cut crippling congestion on the Mancunian Way.
Passengers flying from Manchester airport will get the chance to eat like a Mancunian in its PS1billion transformation of Terminal Two.
Police are trying to help a woman who was spotted on the the 'wrong side of the bridge' on the Mancunian Way, Greater Manchester.
The fellow Mancunian, 55, who stars in Rise Of The Footsoldier 3, tells me: "I think they'll both need about three more wives, three more divorces, and a few more kids before they'll finally make up.
Mancunian, meanwhile, was seen as the most appealing.
The most common traits that marked out 'Modern Mancunian Travellers' more than others were enjoying city breaks as much as beach holidays, respecting local culture and customs, preferring sightseeing to partying and eating at local restaurants rather than tourist traps.
The gaping hole on the Mancunian Way in Manchester could mean the road is shut for weeks.
It is understood that the victim was travelling at speed in a Vauxhall Astra, along with the other vehicle, when it hit the kerb and came to a halt in Mancunian Way, Manchester.
EVERTON fans will be forgiven for reaching for their Oasis albums and affecting a Mancunian drawl for a few hours this afternoon.
According to Discovery News, the people of Manchester, described as 'Mancunian', represent nearly every culture on the planet, census data revealed.
At Stamford Bridge, Old Trafford and Anfield, Cockney, Mancunian and Scouse brogues have been replaced by strange, middle-class, middle-England accents.
Elbow at the Metro Radio Arena THE Mancunian quintet arrived in Newcastle to be greeted by grey skies reminiscent of their home town of Bury.