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sovereign

adjective [before noun]
 
 
/ˈsɒvərɪn/ GOVERNMENT, FINANCE
used to describe money that is borrowed or invested by national governments: Asian sovereign funds are increasingly investing in European and US companies.
Translations of “sovereign”
in Chinese (Traditional) 政府, 至高無上的, 完全獨立的…
in Russian суверенный, независимый…
in Turkish müstakil, bağımsız…
in Chinese (Simplified) 政府, 至高无上的, 完全独立的…
in Polish suwerenny…
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