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the Dáilnoun [S]

uk   /dɔɪl/  us   /dɔɪl/
one of the two law-making groups that together make up the parliament in Ireland
(Definition of the Dáil from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “the Dáil”
in Chinese (Simplified) (爱尔兰共和国议会的)众议院…
in Chinese (Traditional) (愛爾蘭共和國議會的)眾議院…
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