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territory

US [ˈterəˌtɔri]
UK [ˈterət(ə)ri]
  • n.领土;领地;地盘;版图
  • Web领域;地域;地区
Plural Form:territories  
Territory
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n.
1.
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领土;版图;领地land that is under the control of a particular country or ruler
enemy/disputed/foreign territory
敌方╱有争议的╱外国领土
occupied territories
被占领的土地
They have refused to allow UN troops to be stationed in their territory.
他们拒不允许联合国部队驻扎在他们的国土上。
2.
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(个人、群体、动物等占据的)领域,管区,地盘an area that one person, group, animal, etc. considers as their own and defends against others who try to enter it
Mating blackbirds will defend their territory against intruders.
乌鸫交配时会保护自己的地盘,不允许外来者侵入。
This type of work is uncharted territory for us.
我们从未涉足过这类工作。
Legal problems are Andy's territory(= he deals with them) .
法律问题由安迪负责处理。
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(某人负责的)地区an area of a town, country, etc. that sb has responsibility for in their work or another activity
Our representatives cover a very large territory.
我们的代理人负责的地区很广。
4.
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(某类)地区;(某种)地方a particular type of land
unexplored territory
未勘察地区
5.
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(美国)准州;(澳大利亚)地区;(加拿大)地区a country or an area that is part of the US, Australia or Canada but is not a state or province
Guam and American Samoa are US territories.
关岛和美属萨摩亚是美国的准州。

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