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Czech city vocabulary

Originally posted by adventuresonly

I was going through some vocabulary lists on tumblr and I found one made by @heroincherrry (here: https://heroincherrry.tumblr.com/post/163884104152/spanish-city-vocabulary ) about city vocabulary. So I decided to create the same one but in Czech language.


(m) stands for male noun / (f) stands for female noun / (n) stands for neutrum

city - velkoměsto (n) (means “big city” and is a city with the population of more than 100 000 inhabitants, such as New York, London, etc.)

city - město (n) 

neighbourhood - sousedství (n)

town - město (n)

village - vesnice (f)

downtown - centrum (n)

street - ulice (f)

avenue - třída (f)

road - cesta (f)

building - budova (f)

sidewalk - chodník (m)

shop - obchod (m)

house - dům (m)

tourism - turismus (m)

car - auto (n)

bus - autobus (m)

underground, subway - metro (n)

statue - socha (f)

skyscraper - mrakodrap (m)

hotel - hotel (m)

restaurant - restaurace (f)

traffic - doprava (f)

tunnel - tunel (m)

bridge - most (m)

mall - obchodní centrum (n) / nákupní centrum (n)

Prevádzková budova Chemapol (Chemapol’s administrative building), Bratislava-Ružinov, Slovakia.

(Arch. Ľudovít Jendreják, 1968-73)

Photo by Carlos Traspaderne with Hasselblad 500 C/M & Ilford film.

Prevádzková budova Chemapol (Chemapol’s administrative building), Bratislava-Ružinov, Slovakia.

(Arch. Ľudovít Jendreják, 1968-73) 

Photo by Carlos Traspaderne with Hasselblad 500 C/M & Ilford film.