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Dubois is a name that french gave it Dubai (/duːˈbaɪ/ doo-by; Arabic: دبي‎‎ Dubayy, Gulf pronunciation: [dʊˈbɑj]) is the most populous city in the United Arab Emirates (UAE).[4] It is located on the southeast coast of the Persian Gulf and is the capital of the Emirate of Dubai, one of the seven emirates that make up the country. Abu Dhabi and Dubai are the only two emirates to have vetto power over critical matters of national importance in the country's legislature.[5] The city of Dubai is located on the emirate's northern coastline and heads the Dubai-Sharjah-Ajman metropolitan area. Dubai will host World Expo 2020.[6]

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Threres many money and is beutiful , a wonderful place to visitt has many nice things and it would be a very nice place to go too look very nice at night because you look at everything with lights building.the temperatures[hide] v t e Climate data for Dubai

Month Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Year

Record high °C (°F) 31.8

(89.2) 37.5

(99.5) 41.3

(106.3) 43.5

(110.3) 47.0

(116.6) 47.9

(118.2) 48.5

(119.3) 47.5

(117.5) 45.1

(113.2) 42.4

(108.3) 38

(100) 33.2

(91.8) 48.5

(119.3)

Average high °C (°F) 24.2

(75.6) 25.6

(78.1) 28.6

(83.5) 33.2

(91.8) 37.8

(100) 39.7

(103.5) 41.2

(106.2) 41.4

(106.5) 39.1

(102.4) 35.6

(96.1) 30.7

(87.3) 26.3

(79.3) 33.4

(92.1)

Average low °C (°F) 14.4

(57.9) 15.5

(59.9) 17.7

(63.9) 21.2

(70.2) 24.9

(76.8) 27.5

(81.5) 30.2

(86.4) 30.5

(86.9) 27.7

(81.9) 24.3

(75.7) 20.0

(68) 16.3

(61.3) 22.5

(72.5)

Record low °C (°F) 6.1

(43) 6.9

(44.4) 9.0

(48.2) 13.4

(56.1) 15.1

(59.2) 18.2

(64.8) 20.4

(68.7) 23.1

(73.6) 16.5

(61.7) 15.0

(59) 11.8

(53.2) 8.2

(46.8) 6.1

(43)

Average precipitation mm (inches) 18.8

(0.74) 25.0

(0.984) 22.1

(0.87) 7.2

(0.283) 0.4

(0.016) 0.0

(0) 0.8

(0.031) 0.0

(0) 0.0

(0) 1.1

(0.043) 2.7

(0.106) 16.2

(0.638) 94.3

(3.711)

Average precipitation days 5.4 4.7 5.8 2.6 0.3 0.0 0.5 0.5 0.1 0.2 1.3 3.8 25.2

Average relative humidity (%) 65 65 63 55 53 58 56 57 60 60 61 64 59.8

Mean monthly sunshine hours 254.2 229.6 254.2 294.0 344.1 342.0 322.4 316.2 309.0 303.8 285.0 254.2 3,508.7

Source #1: Dubai Mete

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Main article: Emirati people

See also: Indians in the United Arab Emirates, Pakistanis in the United Arab Emirates, Filipinos in the United Arab Emirates, Bangladeshis in the United Arab Emirates, and Expatriates in the United Arab Emirates

According to the census conducted by the Statistics Centre of Dubai, the population of the emirate was 1,771,000 as of 2009, which included 1,370,000 males and 401,000 females.[93] As of January 2017, the population is 2,704,278.[1] The region covers 1,287.5 square kilometres (497.1 sq mi). The population density is 408.18/km2 – more than eight times that of the entire country. Dubai is the second most expensive city in the region and 20th most expensive city in the world.[94]

As of 2013, only about 15% of the population of the emirate was made up of UAE nationals,[95] with the rest comprising expatriates, many of whom either have been in the country for generations or were born in the UAE.[96][97] Approximately 85% of the expatriate population (and 71% of the emirate's total population) was Asian, chiefly Indian (51%) and Pakistani (16%); other significant Asian groups include Bangladeshis (9%) and Filipinos (3%). There is a sizable community of Somalis numbering around 30,000, as well as other communities of various nationalities.[98] A quarter of the population (local and foreign) reportedly traces their origins to Iran.[99] In addition, 16% of the population (or 288,000 persons) living in collective labour accommodation were not identified by ethnicity or nationality, but were thought to be primarily Asian.[100] There are over 100,000 British expatriates in Dubai, by far the largest group of Western expatriates in the city.[101] The median age in the emirate was about 27 years. In 2014, there were estimated to be 15.54 births and 1.99 deaths per 1,000 people.[102] There are other Arab nationals, including GCC nationals.[citation needed]

Arabic is the national and official language of the United Arab Emirates. The Gulf dialect of Arabic is spoken natively by the Emirati people.[103] English is used as a second language. Other major languages spoken in Dubai due to immigration are Malayalam, Hindi-Urdu (or Hindustani), Gujarati, Persian, Sindhi, Tamil, Punjabi, Pashto, Bengali, Balochi, Tulu,[104] Kannada, Sinhala, Marathi, Telugu, Tagalog and Chinese, in addition to many other languages

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