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Eden

noun [S] uk   us   /ˈiː.dən/ (also the Garden of Eden)
in the Bible, the garden where the first humans, Adam and Eve, lived in perfect happiness before they did not obey God and were ordered by him to leave
Translations of “Eden”
in Chinese (Traditional) (《聖經》中描述的)伊甸園…
in Chinese (Simplified) (《圣经》中描述的)伊甸园…
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