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Number Ten

noun [U, + sing/pl verb]
 
 
( written abbreviation No 10)
the official home of the British Prime Minister in Downing Street, London, or the people who work for or represent the Prime Minister
唐寧街十號指英國首相官邸;為首相工作或代表首相的人;英國政府
Number Ten announced tonight that the election will be on April 6.
唐寧街十號今晚傳出了消息,選舉將於4月6號舉行。
Leaders of national and regional governmentsGovernment administration and organisation
(Definition of Number Ten from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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