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the Kremlinnoun [S]

uk   us   /ˈkrem.lɪn/
a group of buildings in Moscow that is now the centre of government of Russia, or the government itself. In the past the Kremlin also meant the government of the Soviet Union.
Translations of “the Kremlin”
in Chinese (Traditional) 克裡姆林宮, 俄羅斯政府, (舊時)蘇聯政府…
in Chinese (Simplified) 克里姆林宫, 俄罗斯政府, (旧时)苏联政府…
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