In town

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Definition

to be in town: to be in the same city; to be in the town center
verb
In town makes reference to a city where the person is:

I will be in town for a week from March 14th. I go home on the 22nd.
-Is Bruno in town? -No, he has gone on vacation.
Call me next time you're in town, and we can go out for drinks.

(This is the best bar) in town: (This is the best bar) in comparison to all the others in this city
idiom

Examples

  • "Sorry Brian, the hippie circus is in town!"
  • "Santa Claus is coming to town - especially if you own shares in Delavigne Corp!"
  • "I'm Al Capone - baddest gangster in town!"
  • "Yo fool, this is Bruno Delavigne, I ain't in town, but hit me back on my celly cell!"
  • "I'm in town for one night only."
  • "The circus is in town, so it could be a few weeks."
  • "I am arriving from Paris on Wednesday afternoon, and I'll be in town until Saturday."
  • "I just got in last night and I'll be in town until Tuesday."
  • "Lawyer : As for the tax evasion, I've made an appointment with the best accountant in town tomorrow at 10.00 am, at the Delavigne Corporation."
  • "Sorry Brian, the circus is in town!"

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