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central

adjective (NEAR THE MIDDLE)
中心附近的
 
 
/ˈsen.trəl/
in, at, from or near the centre or most important part of something
中心的,中央的;中部的;靠近中心的;核心的
central Europe/London
中歐/倫敦中部
Of course, you pay more for premises with a central location (= in or near the centre of a town).
當然,要買位於市中心的房屋就要多付錢。
Centres of objects
(Definition of central adjective (NEAR THE MIDDLE) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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