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landmark

US [ˈlændˌmɑrk]
UK [ˈlæn(d)ˌmɑː(r)k]
  • n.陆标;(标志重要阶段的)里程碑;有历史意义的建筑物(或遗址)
  • Web地标;界标;兰德马克
Plural Form:landmarks  
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n.
1.
陆标,地标(有助于识别所处地点的大建筑物等)something, such as a large building, that you can see clearly from a distance and that will help you to know where you are
The Empire State Building is a familiar landmark on the New York skyline.
帝国大厦是人们熟悉的纽约高楼大厦中的地标。
2.
~ (in sth)
(标志重要阶段的)里程碑an event, a discovery, an invention, etc. that marks an important stage in sth
The ceasefire was seen as a major landmark in the fight against terrorism.
停火协定被看作是与恐怖主义斗争的重要里程碑。
a landmark decision/ruling in the courts
具有里程碑意义的决策╱法庭裁决
3.
有历史意义的建筑物(或遗址)a building or a place that is very important because of its history, and that should be preserved

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