moat Meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary

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moatnoun [C]

uk   /məʊt/  us   /moʊt/
a ​long, ​widehole that is ​dug all the way around a ​place such as a ​castle and usually ​filled with ​water, to make it more ​difficult to ​attack
(Definition of moat from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “moat”
in Spanish foso…
in Vietnamese hào…
in Malaysian parit…
in Thai คูน้ำรอบปราสาทหรือเมือง…
in French fossés…
in German der Burggraben…
in Chinese (Simplified) (城堡等的)护城河,城壕…
in Indonesian parit di sekitar kastil…
in Chinese (Traditional) (城堡等的)護城河,城壕…
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