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Chinese (Traditional) translation of “residence”

residence

noun [C]
 
 
/ˈrez.ɪ.dənts/ formal
a home
住所;住房;宅第
the Governor's official residence
總督官邸
Home
in residence officially staying or living somewhere
(官員等)駐在(某地)的,住在(某地)的
The Queen is in residence at the Palace this week.
女王本周在王宮駐蹕。
Living or sleeping somewhere
author/poet/artist in residence an author (= writer), poet or artist who is employed at a school or college, etc. for a short period
(學校、大學短期招聘的)駐校作家/詩人/藝術家
Teachers
take up residence/residency somewhere to go to live somewhere
到(某地)定居;開始定居在(某地)
She took up residence in Canada.
她在加拿大定居。
She took up permanent residency abroad.
她永久定居國外。
Changing homes and moving
(Definition of residence from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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