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turf

noun [U] (AREA) 區域     /tɜːf/ US  /tɝːf/
informal a subject in which a person or group has a lot of knowledge or influence (某人的)專門領域 Antiques are very much her turf. 她對古玩很在行。 Topics and areas of interest
mainly US informal the area which a group considers its own 地盤,勢力範圍 Judges feel that the courtroom is their private turf. 法官覺得法庭屬於他們的私人領地。 The gymnastics team won the championship on home turf. 該體操隊在自己的主場獲得了冠軍。 Environments and localities
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