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Paxnoun [U]

uk   us   /pæks/
a ​period of ​peace that has been ​forced on a ​largearea, such as an empire or ​even the ​wholeworld, by the most ​powerfulnation of that ​time: Pax Romana (= the ​peaceforced by Rome on ​itsempire) The ​vicepresidentpromised that there would be no ​attempt to ​impose a Pax Americana on the ​region.
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