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south

noun [U] ( also South)
 
 
/saʊθ/ ( written abbreviation S, UK also Sth, US also So)
the direction which goes towards the part of the Earth below the equator, opposite to the north, or the part of an area or country which is in this direction
南;南方,南部
The points of the compass are North, South, East and West.
指南針上的四個方位分別是北、南、東、西。
The best beaches are in the south (of the island).
最好的海灘位於(島的)南部。
We usually spend our holidays in the South of France.
我們通常在法國南部度假。
Canberra is/lies to the south of Sydney.
坎培拉在雪梨的南邊。
Points of the compassDirection of motionParts of countries
the South the southern states of the middle and eastern part of the US
(美國中東部地區的)南方各州,南方地區
The American Civil War was fought between the North and the South partly over the issue of slavery.
美國南北戰爭在一定程度上是南北之間圍繞奴隸問題而展開的戰爭。
Named regions of countries
the developing countries of the world, most of which are below the equator
南方(指開發中國家,因其大多數位於南半球)
→  See also the Third World Continents and regions of the worldCountry namesCountry and nation
Translations of “south”
in Arabic جَنوب…
in Korean 남쪽…
in Malaysian selatan…
in French sud…
in Italian sud…
in Vietnamese miền nam, phương nam…
in Spanish sur…
in Portuguese sul…
in Thai ตอนใต้, ทิศใต้…
in German der Süden…
in Catalan sud…
in Japanese 南…
in Indonesian selatan…
in Chinese (Simplified) 南, 南方,南部…
(Definition of south noun from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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