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Meaning of “land” - Learner’s Dictionary

land

noun     /lænd/
AREA [U]
B1 an area of ground: agricultural land undeveloped land Many farmers have been forced to sell their land.Areas of land in generalSpace - general words
NOT SEA [U]
B2 the surface of the Earth that is not sea: to travel over land and seaThe Earth and outer space - general words
COUNTRY [C] literary
a country: a land of ice and snow →  See also no-man's land Country and nationContinents and regions of the worldCountry names
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