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north

adjective ( also North)
 
 
/nɔːθ/ US  /nɔːrθ/ ( written abbreviation N, UK also Nth, US also No)
in or forming the north part of something
(在)北部的
North America/Africa
北美/北非
the north coast of Iceland
冰岛北部海岸
Our farm is a few miles north of the village.
我们的农场位于村庄以北几英里处。
Points of the compassDirection of motion
north wind a wind coming from the north
北风
Wind and windsStormy weather
Translations of “north”
in Spanish del norte…
in French du nord…
in German Nord-……
in Chinese (Traditional) (在)北部的…
(Definition of north adjective from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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