verb (used with object), suburbanized, suburbanizing.
to give suburban characteristics to:
to suburbanize a rural area.
(transitive) to make suburban
The establishment of residential communities on the outskirts of a city. In the United States, many suburbs were created after World War II, during a period of tremendous growth in population and industry. Suburban dwellers typically work in the cities but raise their families in a less-congested, safer, and more relaxed atmosphere. Especially in the United States, suburbanization often is associated with the sprawl of population.
verb (used with object), suburbanized, suburbanizing. 1. to give suburban characteristics to: to suburbanize a rural area. verb 1. (transitive) to make suburban
noun 1. suburbs collectively. 2. suburbanites collectively. 3. the social or cultural aspects of life in suburbs. noun 1. suburbs or the people living in them considered as an identifiable community or class in society 2. the life, customs, etc, of suburbanites
[suh-bur-bi-kair-ee-uh n] /səˌbɜr bɪˈkɛər i ən/ adjective 1. being near the city of Rome. 2. designating any of the dioceses surrounding the city of Rome, each of which is under the jurisdiction of a cardinal-bishop. suburbicarian /səˌbɜːbɪˈkɛərɪən/ adjective 1. (RC Church) situated near the city of Rome: used esp of the dioceses surrounding Rome
noun 1. a district lying immediately outside a city or town, especially a smaller residential community. 2. the suburbs, the area composed of such districts. 3. an outlying part. noun 1. a residential district situated on the outskirts of a city or town the immediate vicinity of a city or town (Num. 35:3, 7; Ezek. […]