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cul-de-sac

noun [C]     /ˈkʌl.də.sæk/
a short road which is blocked off at one end 死胡同,死巷 Urban and residential streets
a situation which leads nowhere 困境,死路,僵局 an intellectual cul-de-sac 学术上的死胡同 Difficult situations and unpleasant experiencesAccidents and disasters
Translations of “cul-de-sac”
in Vietnamese ngõ cụt…
in Spanish callejón sin salida…
in Thai ทางตัน…
in Malaysian jalan mati…
in French cul-de-sac…
in German die Sackgasse…
in Chinese (Traditional) 死胡同,死巷, 困境,死路,僵局…
in Indonesian jalan buntu…
in Russian тупик…
in Turkish çıkmaz sokak…
in Polish ślepa uliczka…
(Definition of cul-de-sac from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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