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locale

noun [C] uk   /ləˈkɑːl/ formal us  
an area or place, especially one where something special happens, such as the action in a book or film: The book's locale is a coastal town in the summer of 1958.
Translations of “locale”
in Chinese (Traditional) (尤指書籍或電影中的)故事發生地,場景…
in Chinese (Simplified) (尤指书籍或电影中的)故事发生地,场景…
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