1. a workplace that serves as a telecommunications facility where lines from telephones can be connected together to permit communication
1. serving as an essential component;
2. in or near a center or constituting a center; the inner area;
3. used in the description of a place that in the middle of another place;
4. centrally located and easy to reach;
A huge bomb blast rocked central London last night.
Explorers traced the Nile River to its several headstreams in Central Africa.
The Central Park is not so well grassed as it used to be.
He asks questions that are germane and central to the issue.
The armadillo is found in the American South and in Central America.
They beamed the program to the countries of Central America.
This is the central city of the whole area.
Alienation is a central motif in her novels.
Under the official regulations the central heating was put off on March 15 th each year.
They converged on the central open space.
The central character is a deceptively emollient senior figure in a Conservative Government.
His book foregrounds three events in which police relations with the media were central.
Pope John Paul celebrated mass today in a city in central Poland.
For the past year he has been trying to wrest control from the central government.
The conference, which closed yesterday, was a prelude to a Communist Party Central Committee meeting.
The film is autobiographical and the central character is played by Collard himself.
Please come and plumb in my new central heating system.
The government seemed intent on pushing local and central government in opposite directions.
Black dance music has been central to mainstream pop since the early '60s.
There's been too much concentration of power in the hands of central authorities.
They supported the retention of a strong central government.
He crossed the street and walked alongside Central Park.
The draft would give the president the power to appoint the central bank's chairman.
The Central Bank is authorized to sell government bonds on the open market.
The ancient civilizations of Central and Latin America were founded upon corn.
The disruption has now spread and is affecting a large part of central Liberia.
Logging companies would have to leave a central area of the forest before the end of the year.
There were two central and countervailing forces in the life of Nikola Tesla.
Douglas Hurd was widely seen as a conciliator, occupying the central ground of Conservative politics.
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