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the Pacific Rimnoun

uk   /pəˌsɪf.ɪk ˈrɪm/  us   /pəˌsɪf.ɪk ˈrɪm/
the countries on the edge of the Pacific Ocean such as Japan, Australia, and the West coast of the US: We supply systems for clients on the Pacific Rim.
(Definition of the Pacific Rim from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

"the Pacific Rim" in Business English

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the Pacific Rimnoun [S]

uk   us   ECONOMICS
the countries and areas that are on the edge of the Pacific Ocean, especially in East Asia, when they are considered as an economic group: They sell the product for clinical use in Europe, Latin America, and the Pacific Rim.
(Definition of the Pacific Rim from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “the Pacific Rim”
in Chinese (Simplified) 太平洋沿岸诸国,环太平洋国家…
in Chinese (Traditional) 太平洋沿岸諸國,環太平洋國家…
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