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siege

noun [C or U] uk   us   /siːdʒ/
the surrounding of a place by an armed force in order to defeat those defending it: The siege of Mafeking lasted for eight months. The soldiers laid siege to (= started a siege of) the city. The castle was under siege for months.figurative That whole weekend at Cannes, Brigitte Bardot was under siege by photographers.
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Traducciones de “siege”
in Vietnamese sự vây hãm…
en español cerco, sitio…
in Thai การโอบล้อม…
in Malaysian pengepungan…
en francés siège…
en alemán die Belagerung…
en chino (tradicionál) 圍攻, 包圍…
in Indonesian pengepungan…
en ruso осада…
en turco kuşatma, muhasara…
en chino (simplificado) 围攻, 包围…
en polaco oblężenie…
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