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civilization

noun [U] (PROCESS) 过程 ( UK usually civilisation)     /ˌsɪv.əl.aɪˈzeɪ.ʃən/
the process of educating a society so that its culture becomes more developed 教化;开化 The civilization of Britain by the Romans took years to complete. 罗马人对不列颠人的教化用了许多年才得以完成。 Teaching in general
Translations of “civilization”
in Korean 문명…
in Arabic حَضارة…
in Portuguese civilização…
in Catalan civilització…
in Japanese 文明…
in Italian civiltà…
in Chinese (Traditional) 過程, 教化, 開化…
in Russian цивилизация…
in Turkish medeniyet, medeniyete sahip toplumlar, uygarlık…
in Polish cywilizacja…
(Definition of civilization noun (PROCESS) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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