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Size ImplicationPlay
A 'village' is typically smaller than a 'town' or 'city' and has a close-knit community. SlideThough her village had few services, everyone knew each other.
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Rural SettingPlay
'Village' often implies a pastoral, countryside setting, not an urban one. SlideThey enjoyed the peace of their countryside village.
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Cultural SignificancePlay
In some cultures, a 'village' may be the central place for local traditions and social events. SlideThe village festival celebrated their local customs annually.