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no-man's-landnoun

uk   /ˈnəʊ.mænz.lænd/  us   /ˈnoʊ-/
[S or U] an ​area or ​strip of ​land that no one ​owns or ​controls, such as a ​strip of ​land between two ​countries' ​borders, ​especially in a ​war: to be ​lost/​stranded/​stuck in no-man's-land They ​found themselves ​trapped in the no-man's-land between the two ​warringfactions. [S] a ​situation or ​area of ​activity where there are no ​rules, or that no one ​understands or ​controls because it ​belongs neither to one ​typenor another: The ​families of ​people who ​die in ​custody are in a ​legal no-man's-land when they ​try to ​discover what went ​wrong.

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no-man's-landnoun [C usually sing]

 /ˈnoʊ ˌmænz ˌlænd/
an ​area or ​strip of ​land that no one ​owns or ​controls, such as a ​strip of ​land between two ​countries’ ​borders
(Definition of no-man's-land from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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