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oasis

noun
 
 
/əʊˈeɪ.sɪs/ US  /oʊ-/ ( plural oases)
[C] a place in a desert where there is water and therefore plants and trees and sometimes a village or town
(沙漠中的)綠洲
Inland waters
[S] a calm, pleasant place in the middle of somewhere busy and unpleasant
(繁忙、令人不適環境之中的)寧靜宜人之地
Her office was an oasis of peace and sanity amid the surrounding chaos.
在周圍亂哄哄的環境中,她的辦公室是一方寧靜之地。
Pleasant and make-believe places
Translations of “oasis”
in Korean 오아시스…
in Arabic واحة…
in French oasis…
in Italian oasi…
in Russian оазис, прибежище…
in Turkish vaha, cennet gibi bir yer, çok hoş bir mahal…
in Polish oaza…
in Spanish oasis…
in Portuguese oásis…
in German die Oase…
in Catalan oasi…
in Japanese オアシス…
in Chinese (Simplified) (沙漠中的)绿洲, (繁忙、令人不适环境之中的)宁静宜人之地…
(Definition of oasis from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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