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7/7

/ˌsev.ənˈsev.ən/ /ˌsev.ənˈsev.ən/
used in news reports to refer to 7 July, 2005, when four bombs killed many people in London
(Definition of 7/7 from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “7/7”
in Chinese (Simplified) (2005年英国发生的) 7/7 事件…
in Chinese (Traditional) (2005年英國發生的) 7/7 事件…
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