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ambit

noun [U] uk   /ˈæm.bɪt/ formal us  
the range or limits of the influence of something: They believe that all the outstanding issues should fall within the ambit of the talks.
Translations of “ambit”
in Chinese (Traditional) (影響所及的)範圍,界限…
in Chinese (Simplified) (影响所及的)范围,界限…
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