utopia Meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary

Meaning of “utopia” in the English Dictionary

"utopia" in British English

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utopianoun [C or U]

uk   /juːˈtəʊ.pi.ə/  us   /-ˈtoʊ-/
(the ​idea of) a ​perfectsociety in which everyone ​works well with each other and is ​happy
(Definition of utopia from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

"utopia" in American English

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utopianoun [C/U]

 us   /juˈtoʊ·pi·ə/
social studies a ​perfectsociety in which everyone is ​happy: [U] The ​idea of ​America as utopia has ​recurredthroughoutourhistory. [C] When ​plans to ​rebuild the ​neighborhood were first ​announced, I’d been hoping for a utopia.
(Definition of utopia from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “utopia”
in Spanish Utopía…
in Vietnamese xã hôi không tưởng…
in Malaysian utopia…
in Thai ดินแดนในอุดมคติ…
in French Utopie…
in German die Utopie…
in Chinese (Simplified) 乌托邦, 理想中的完美世界…
in Turkish yeryüzü cenneti, hayali mükemmel toplum, ütopya…
in Russian утопия…
in Indonesian utopia…
in Chinese (Traditional) 烏托邦, 理想中的完美世界…
in Polish utopia…
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