What is another word for modern city?

Pronunciation: [mˈɒdən sˈɪti] (IPA)

A modern city is an urban landscape that's characterized by technology, innovation, and a dynamic urban lifestyle. Synonyms for the word "modern city" include phrases like "metropolis," "high-tech hub," and "cutting-edge urban center." Other synonyms for modern cities include "urban mecca," "economic powerhouse," and "city of the future." A modern city is typically associated with contemporary architecture, advanced transportation systems, and a vibrant cultural scene. Whether you're looking for a place to work or play, a modern city will offer plenty of options, from state-of-the-art museums and art galleries to fine dining and entertainment venues. So, if you're looking for the ultimate modern experience, look no further than these synonymous cities.

What are the hypernyms for Modern city?

A hypernym is a word with a broad meaning that encompasses more specific words called hyponyms.

Famous quotes with Modern city

  • In any modern city, a great deal of our energy has to be expended in seeing, hearing, smelling. An inhabitant of New York who possessed the sensory acuteness of an African Bushman would very soon go mad.
    W. H. Auden
  • ‘Calcutta, for me, was a particular idea of the modern city, and I found it in many forms, works, and genres. ... by ‘modernity’ I have in mind something that was never new. True modernity was born with the aura of inherited decay and life. ... if you look at paintings and photographs, and see old films of the city, you notice that these walls and buildings were never new – that Calcutta was born to look more or less as I saw it as a child. I’m not referring here to an air of timelessness; the patina that gave to Calcutta’s alleys, doorways, and houses their continuity and disposition is very different from the eternity that defines mausoleums and monuments. It’s this quality I’m trying to get at when I speak of modernity. ... modernity in the nineteenth century is indistinguishable from nature; perhaps it is nature – in some ways, the culvert, which has emerged from the rock, seems more of its place than the mountain itself.’
    Amit Chaudhuri
  • Why is it so hard to keep the mind concentrated, and to live up to our good resolutions? The problem is the basically nature of our left-brain consciousness. We have a kind of robot servant who does things for us: we learn to type or drive a car, painfully and consciously, then our robot takes over, and does it far more quickly and efficiently. Because man is the most complex creature on Earth, he is forced to rely on his robot far more than other animals. The result is that, whenever he gets tired, the robot takes over. For the modern city dweller, most of his everyday living is done by the robot. This is why it takes an emergency to concentrate the mind 'wonderfully', and why we forget so quickly.
    Colin Wilson

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