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statehood

noun [U]     /ˈsteɪt.hʊd/
the condition of being a country or a part of a large country that has its own government 国家地位;州(或邦)的地位 The US-Mexican War of 1846-48 was sparked by a dispute over impending Texas statehood. 1846至1848年间的美墨战争是由得克萨斯即将建州这个问题引发的。 Country and nationContinents and regions of the worldCountry names
Translations of “statehood”
in Chinese (Traditional) 國家地位, 州(或邦)的地位…
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