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Norman

adjective uk   /ˈnɔː.mən/ us    /ˈnɔːr-/
belonging or relating to the people from northern France, especially those who invaded (= used force to enter) England in 1066 and became its rulers, or to the buildings that were made during their rule: the Norman invasion/conquest a Norman castle/church/cathedral
Norman
noun [C] uk   us  
The Anglo-Saxons were defeated by the Normans.
Translations of “Norman”
in Chinese (Traditional) 諾曼人的, (建築)諾曼式的…
in Chinese (Simplified) 诺曼人的, (建筑)诺曼式的…
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