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Chinese (Traditional) translation of “demarcate”

demarcate

verb [T]
 
 
/ˈdiː.mɑː.keɪt/ US  /ˌdiːˈmɑːr-/ (US also demark)
to show the limits of something
標出…的界限;給…劃界;界定
Parking spaces are demarcated by white lines.
停車位用白線標了出來。
Responsibilities within the department are clearly demarcated.
部門內部的各項職責都有明確的界定。
Isolating and separating
(Definition of demarcate from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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