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island

noun [C]     /ˈaɪ.lənd/
a piece of land completely surrounded by water 岛,岛屿 a desert island 荒岛 a Pacific island 太平洋岛屿 They live on the large Japanese island of Hokkaido. 他们住在日本的主要岛屿北海道。 Small and large land masses
an island of peace/calm/sanity/etc.
a particular place which is peaceful/calm/, when other surrounding places are the opposite 形容某地方是闹市中的静处 Safe and enclosed spaces
UK →  traffic island 交通岛,安全岛 Road surfaces and features
Translations of “island”
in Arabic جَزيْرة…
in Korean 섬…
in Malaysian pulau, pulau pembahagi lalu lintas…
in French île, refuge…
in Turkish ada…
in Italian isola…
in Chinese (Traditional) 島,島嶼, 交通島,安全島…
in Russian остров…
in Polish wyspa…
in Vietnamese hòn đảo, chỗ đứng tránh của người đi bộ…
in Spanish isla, isla de peatones…
in Portuguese ilha…
in Thai เกาะ, เกาะกลางถนน…
in German die Insel, die Verkehrsinsel…
in Catalan illa…
in Japanese 島…
in Indonesian pulau, jalur tengah…
(Definition of island from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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