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Translation of "refuge" - English-Traditional Chinese dictionary

refuge

noun [C or U]
 
 
/ˈref.juːdʒ/
(a place which gives) protection or shelter from danger, trouble, unhappiness,
避難(所);庇護(所);慰藉
These people are seeking/taking refuge from persecution.
這些受到迫害的人正在尋求庇護。
The climbers slept in a mountain refuge.
這些登山者在山上一個可以避風擋雨的地方睡下了。
She had fled from her violent husband to a women's refuge in Chelmsford.
她從她殘暴的丈夫身邊逃離,躲進了切姆斯福德的一間婦女庇護所。
Safe and enclosed spaces
Translations of “refuge”
in Arabic مَلْجَأ…
in Korean 피난처…
in Malaysian perlindungan…
in French refuge…
in Turkish sığınma, korunma, koruma…
in Italian rifugio…
in Russian убежище, приют…
in Polish schronienie, schronisko…
in Vietnamese nơi ẩn náu…
in Spanish refugio…
in Portuguese refúgio…
in Thai ที่หลบภัย…
in German die Zuflucht…
in Catalan refugi, alberg…
in Japanese 避難所, 保護施設…
in Indonesian perlindungan…
in Chinese (Simplified) 避难(所), 庇护(所), 慰藉…
(Definition of refuge from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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