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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
Translations of “residence”
in Korean 거주지…
in Arabic سَكَن, مَحَلّ إقامة…
in Portuguese residência…
in Catalan residència…
in Japanese 住居, 住宅…
in Italian residenza…
in Russian резиденция, дом, проживание…
in Turkish konut, ikametgâh, ikamet…
in Chinese (Simplified) 住所, 住房, 宅第…
in Polish rezydencja, siedziba, pobyt…
(Definition of residence from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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