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residence

US [ˈrezɪdəns]
UK [ˈrezɪd(ə)ns]
  • n.居住;住所;住房;定居
  • Web住宅;住处;居所
Plural Form:residences  
residence
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n.
1.
[c]
住所;住房;(尤指)宅第,豪宅a house, especially a large or impressive one
a desirable family residence for sale(= for example, in an advertisement)
待售的理想家居
10 Downing Street is the British Prime Minister's official residence .
唐宁街 10 号是英国首相的官邸。
2.
[u]
居住;定居the state of living in a particular place
They were not able to take up residence in their new home until the spring.
他们到第二年春天才住进了新家。
Please state your occupation and place of residence .
请说明你的职业和住址。
The flag flies when the Queen is in residence .
女王驻跸在这里时有国旗飘扬。
3.
[u]
(在他国的)居住权,居留许可permission to live in a country that is not your own
They have been denied residence in this country.
这个国家不给他们居住资格。
a residence permit
居留许可证

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