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  1. territory

    • IPA[ˈtɛrɪt(ə)ri]

    英式

    • n.
      an area of land under the jurisdiction of a ruler or state;an area defended by an animal or group of animals against others of the same sex or species
    • noun: territory, plural noun: territories

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    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. an area of land under the jurisdiction of a ruler or state:

      the government was prepared to give up the nuclear weapons on its territory

      sorties into enemy territory

    • 2. an area defended by an animal or group of animals against others of the same sex or species:

      male blackbirds try to attract as many females to their territory as possible

    • 3. an area defended by a team or player in a game or sport.
    • 4. an area in which one has certain rights or for which one has responsibility with regard to a particular type of activity:

      don't go committing murders on my territory

    • 5. land with a specified characteristic:

      woodland territory

    • 6. (especially in the US, Canada, or Australia) an organized division of a country that is not yet admitted to the full rights of a state.
    • 7. an area of knowledge, activity, or experience:

      the contentious territory of clinical standards

      the way she felt now—she was in unknown territory

    • ph. a territory of northwestern Canada, on the border with Alaska; population 30,372 (2006); capital, Whitehorse. The population increased briefly during the Klondike gold rush (1897–9).

    • the government was prepared to give up the nuclear weapons on its territory

      sorties into enemy territory

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    • n. a territory under the trusteeship of the United Nations or of a state designated by them.

    • the government was prepared to give up the nuclear weapons on its territory

      sorties into enemy territory

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    • ph. any of several territories of India which are administered by the central government.

    • the government was prepared to give up the nuclear weapons on its territory

      sorties into enemy territory

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    • ph. a region and former territory of the US that lies between the Mississippi and Ohio Rivers and the Great Lakes. It was acquired in 1783 after the American Revolution and now forms the states of Indiana, Ohio, Michigan, Illinois, and Wisconsin.

    • the government was prepared to give up the nuclear weapons on its territory

      sorties into enemy territory

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    • ph. any of several territories of India which are administered by the central government.

    • the government was prepared to give up the nuclear weapons on its territory

      sorties into enemy territory

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    • ph. a state in northern central Australia; population 219,818 (2008); capital town, Darwin. The territory was annexed by the state of South Australia in 1863 and administered by the Commonwealth of Australia from 1911. It became a self-governing territory in 1978.

    • the government was prepared to give up the nuclear weapons on its territory

      sorties into enemy territory

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    • n. semi-formal dress for a man consisting of a white shirt, long trousers (or shorts with long white socks), and no jacket:

    • he appeared before the assembled journalists in Territory rig

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    • ph. a territory of north-western Canada, on the border with Alaska; population 30,372 (2006); capital, Whitehorse. The population increased briefly during the Klondike gold rush (1897–9).

    • he appeared before the assembled journalists in Territory rig

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    • IPA[ˈterəˌtôrē]

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    • n.
      an area of land under the jurisdiction of a ruler or state:
    • the government was prepared to give up the nuclear weapons on its territory

      sorties into enemy territory

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    • 請問domain,field,realm,territory

      ... in the realm of foreign affairs. 他在外交領域作出了卓越貢獻。 territory n. (名詞 noun) 1.領土,版圖;領地[C][U] They recaptured...

    • Territory 代理

      通常紐澳兩地的人 當他們指說 territories 的時候 會以澳洲以及紐西蘭兩個區塊為主 但是若你不跟他們講清楚的話 日後...

    • 請問realm和territory有何不同?

      realm 1.A community or territory over which a sovereign rules; a kingdom. 實質主權管轄下之...23:50:36 補充: 一般指的是地理上、政治上的領土、領域多用Territory;而指研究學問方面則多用Realm