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belonging to or controlled by a particular group, organization, etc.: a family-owned business The US-owned company operates more than 2,000 petrol stations in the UK.
(Definition of -owned from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “-owned”
in Chinese (Simplified) …(拥)有的…
in Chinese (Traditional) …(擁)有的…
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