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passport

noun [C] uk   /ˈpɑːs.pɔːt/ us    /ˈpæs.pɔːrt/
A2 an official document containing personal information and usually a photograph that allows a person to travel to foreign countries and to prove who they are: Many refugees have arrived at the border without passports. He was a German, travelling on a Swiss passport. passport control (= the examining of travellers' passports) a passport photoa passport to sth C2 a certain way of getting something you want: Many students opt for business studies simply because it sounds like a passport to a good job. Beauty alone can be a passport to success.
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en coreano 여권…
en árabe جَواز سَفَر…
en francés passeport…
en turco pasaport…
en italiano passaporto…
en chino (tradicionál) 護照…
en ruso паспорт…
en polaco paszport…
en español pasaporte…
en portugués passaporte…
en alemán der Paß…
en catalán passaport…
en japonés パスポート…
en chino (simplificado) 护照…
(Definition of passport from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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