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rampart

noun [C usually plural] uk   /ˈræm.pɑːt/ us    /-pɑːrt/
a large wall built round a town, castle, etc. to protect it
Translations of “rampart”
in Spanish terraplén, muralla…
in French rempart…
in German der Wall…
in Chinese (Traditional) (城市、城堡等周圍的)防禦土牆,壁壘…
in Chinese (Simplified) (城市、城堡等周围的)防御土墙,壁垒…
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