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captivity

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  • n.监禁;关押;困住
  • Web囚禁;窒命写真;束缚
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监禁;关押;困住the state of being kept as a prisoner or in a confined space
He was held in captivity for three years.
他被监禁了三年。
The bird had escaped from captivity.
那只鸟已经逃离樊笼。

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