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Term: gentrified

Part of Speech: Adjective

Sense 1: Referring to an area, neighborhood, or property that has undergone improvement or renovation, typically resulting in an increase in property values and the influx of wealthier residents.

Sample Sentence: The once gritty neighborhood of Gotham City was gentrified, attracting trendy cafes, upscale boutiques, and affluent residents.

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Part of Speech: Verb

Sense 1: The process of renovating or redeveloping an area, neighborhood, or property, typically resulting in the displacement of lower-income residents.

Sample Sentence: The city council agreed to gentrify the rundown district, resulting in the eviction of many long-term residents.

Sense 2: To make something more refined, sophisticated, or appealing, often applied to cultural or artistic elements.

Sample Sentence: The rooftop bar was gentrified with elegant decor and a diverse selection of craft cocktails.

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