population
[ˌpɔpjʊ'leɪʃən]

noun

[Definition]: all people of a region, such as country, city etc

[Example Sentences]:
1. The population is more than double what it was in 2010.
2. Stewart is a few miles away has a population of about 500.
3. That is a large increase over last year, when the average population was 34,376.
4. Like many cities in the Northeast, Philadelphia has lost population since the 1950s.
5. Before the war, the city was a thriving industrial center with a population of more than 650,000.
6. The accident occurred about a mile west of the town, which has a population of about 2,500.
7. Since we visited, the population has risen to more than 9,100.
8. The researchers looked at several population surveys that cover the years 2001 to 2015.
9. Michigan had just three wolves as recently as 1989, but the population has now risen to 658.
10. This figure represents about 0.5% of the prison population of 85,410.
11. They are projected to be 18% of the population by 2065.
12. Its jobs center lists just 231 openings in the area, which has a population of 284,000.
13. Today, the population struggles to stay above 700,000.
14. At the other extreme, Iceland is estimated to have 100 slaves amid its population of 320,000.
15. The rally returns annual proceeds of more than $800 million to the small town, population 6,627.


[Synonyms]people
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