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allegiance

noun [C or U]
 
 
/əˈliː.dʒənts/ formal
loyalty and support for a ruler, country, group or belief
(对统治者、国家、群体或信仰的)忠诚,忠贞;拥戴,拥护
Soldiers must swear allegiance to the Crown/the King.
士兵必须宣誓效忠国王。
In many American schools, the students pledge allegiance (to the flag) at the beginning of the school day.
在很多美国学校里,学生每天上课前要(向国旗)进行宣誓。
As an Englishman who'd lived for a long time in France, he felt a certain conflict of allegiances when the two countries played soccer.
作为一个在法国生活了很长时间的英国人,当两国足球队比赛时,对于要支持哪一方,他的内心会有一番思想斗争。
Loyal, faithful and dependable
(Definition of allegiance from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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