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Translation of "home" - English-Traditional Chinese dictionary

home

noun [C or U] (ORIGIN) 起源     /həʊm/ US  /hoʊm/
someone's or something's place of origin, or the place where a person feels they belong 出生地;發源地;故鄉 I live in London, but my home (= where I was born) is in Yorkshire. 我住在倫敦,但在約克郡出生。 I was actually born in New Zealand, but I've lived in England for so long that it feels like home now. 我實際上在紐西蘭出生,但在英格蘭住了這麼久,現在感覺就像故鄉一樣。 Home
(Definition of home noun (ORIGIN) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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