(in certain states of the U.S.) an incorporated municipality smaller than a city.
one of the five administrative divisions of New York City.
an urban community incorporated by royal charter, similar to an incorporated city or municipality in the U.S.
a town, area, or constituency represented by a Member of Parliament.
(formerly) a fortified town organized as and having some of the powers of an independent country.
(in Alaska) an administrative division similar to a county in other states.
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a town, esp (in Britain) one that forms the constituency of an MP or that was originally incorporated by royal charter See also burgh
any of the 32 constituent divisions that together with the City of London make up Greater London
any of the five constituent divisions of New York City
(in the US) a self-governing incorporated municipality
(in medieval England) a fortified town or village or a fort
(in New Zealand) a small municipality with a governing body
(formerly, in some parts of England) a custom by which the youngest son inherited the entire estate upon the death of his father. Historical Examples Woman, Church & State Matilda Joslyn Gage noun (English law) (until 1925) a custom in certain English boroughs whereby the youngest son inherited land to the exclusion of his older […]
a building housing the administrative offices of a borough.
any of several spiral, parasitic bacteria of the genus Borrelia, certain species of which are pathogenic for humans, other mammals, or birds.