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Significado de “territory” - Diccionario Inglés

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territorynoun [C or U]

uk   /ˈter.ɪ.tər.i/ us   /ˈter.ə.tɔːr.i/
B2 (an area of) land, or sometimes sea, that is considered as belonging to or connected with a particular country or person: He was shot down in enemy territory. The UN is sending aid to the occupied territories.
B2 an area that an animal or person tries to control or thinks belongs to them: The robin keeps other birds off that part of the garden - that's his territory.

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(Definition of territory from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

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territorynoun [C/U]

us   /ˈter·əˌtɔr·i, -ˌtoʊr·i/
an area of land, sea, or space, esp. when it belongs to or is connected with a particular country, person, or animal: [U] Maryland gave up territory to form Washington, DC. [C] The UN is sending aid to the occupied territories.
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territorynoun

uk   /ˈterɪtəri/ us   plural territories
[C or U] an area of a town, country, etc. that someone has responsibility for in their job: A salesman's failure to achieve apparently realistic targets might be due to a change in the size of his territory. Europe has been very fertile territory for our products.
[C or U] land that belongs to a particular country: The island is a territory of Australia. The four new oil contracts will amount to a half billion dollars worth of foreign investment in their territory.
[C or U] an area of knowledge or activity: This is a territory that lies somewhere between mainstream sport and video games. Online selling was new territory for us.
[U] FINANCE the general level of a price, amount, value, etc.: Crude oil prices are approaching unchartered territory. Persistent production problems helped drive oil prices further into record territory yesterday.
sth comes/goes with the territory
something always or often happens in a particular situation and you must accept it: It is never easy to accept criticism, but it comes with the territory.
(Definition of territory from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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