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Chinese (Traditional) translation of “allegiance”

allegiance

noun [C or U]
 
 
/əˈliː.dʒənts/ formal
loyalty and support for a ruler, country, group or belief
(對統治者、國家、群體或信仰的)忠誠,忠貞;擁戴,擁護
Soldiers must swear allegiance to the Crown/the King.
士兵必須宣誓效忠國王。
In many American schools, the students pledge allegiance (to the flag) at the beginning of the school day.
在很多美國學校裡,學生每天上課前要(向國旗)進行宣誓。
As an Englishman who'd lived for a long time in France, he felt a certain conflict of allegiances when the two countries played soccer.
作為一個在法國生活了很長時間的英國人,當兩國足球隊比賽時,對於要支持哪一方,他的內心會有一番思想鬥爭。
Loyal, faithful and dependable
(Definition of allegiance from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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