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They live in central London.
some regions of central and eastern Asia
He played a central role in the development of US economic policy.
Political life has changed since broadcasting became a central feature of our lives.
Her work remains central to an understanding of this period of history.
issues that are central in the lives of women prisoners
Listening skills are of central importance to a child's development.
The system is subject to massive and increasing central control.
This is the British English definition of central. View American English definition of central.
a sweet brown food eaten as a sweet or used for flavouring other food