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the Raj

noun [S] uk   /rɑːdʒ/ /rɑːʒ/ us  
the period of British rule in India: the days of the Raj
Translations of “the Raj”
in Chinese (Traditional) 英國統治印度的時期…
in Chinese (Simplified) 英国统治印度的时期…
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