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"city center" and "city's center"
Merriam-Webster's Learner's Dictionary
6 [count] : the main part of a town or city where there are many stores, restaurants, offices, etc.
▪ the town/city center
▪ efforts to rebuild the city's center [=downtown]
Do city center and city's center mean the same thing?
Re: "city center" and "city's center"
I don't think so. In "city center", "city" is a noun used as an adjective. In "city's center", "city" is a possessive noun.
Originally Posted by Daruma
I'd have to think hard in order to consider a real discernable difference beyond that of a nuance between the two phrases.
Maybe someone else can talk about some sort of difference between the two.
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