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Chinese (Traditional) translation of “roaring forties”

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roaring forties

plural noun
 
 
the parts of the Atlantic Ocean about 40 degrees north of the Equator where it is often stormy
四十度帶,咆哮西風帶,中緯度西風帶(大西洋中北緯約40度一帶,常常有暴風雨)
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