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home

noun [C or U] (ORIGIN) 起源     /həʊm/ US  /hoʊm/
someone's or something's place of origin, or the place where a person feels they belong 出生地;发源地;故乡 I live in London, but my home (= where I was born) is in Yorkshire. 我住在伦敦,但我出生在约克郡。 I was actually born in New Zealand, but I've lived in England for so long that it feels like home now. 我实际上出生在新西兰,但我在英格兰住了这么久,现在感觉就像我的故乡一样了。 Home
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