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territory

noun /ˈteritəri/ ( plural territories)
a stretch of land; a region
territorio
They explored the territory around the North Pole.
the land under the control of a ruler or state
territorio
British territory.
an area of interest, knowledge etc
especialidad, campo
Ancient history is outside my territory.
territorial /-ˈtoː-/ adjective of or belonging to ( especially national) territory
territorial
territorial rights/claims.
territorial waters noun plural the sea close to a country, considered to belong to it.
aguas territoriales
(Definition of territory from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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