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zone

  • EN [ zəʊn]
  • US [ zoʊn]
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English definition

    Noun

  • 1. a circumscribed geographical region characterized by some distinctive features

  • 2. any of the regions of the surface of the Earth loosely divided according to latitude or longitude

  • 3. an area or region distinguished from adjacent parts by a distinctive feature or characteristic

  • 4. (anatomy) any encircling or beltlike structure

    Verb

  • 1. regulate housing in; of certain areas of towns

  • 2. separate or apportion into sections;

    • "partition a room off"

Example sentences

  • Takes along the wind zone rain Senlake gradually the line to edge.

  • Qipanshan scenic International Tourism Development Zone is greeting tourists all sides in a new attitude.

  • It is a fairly mature development zone.

  • Then they would send each other e - mails at exactly four p.m. in Allison's time zone.

  • Is located in Guangzhou Zone, Guangzhou City, the focus of electricity production and district heating companies.

  • Do not enter the danger zone!

  • The area has been declared a closed military zone.

  • We had accidentally strayed into the war zone.

  • How is the economic development zone going on?

  • The region has been declared an ecological disaster zone.

  • The town is a cultural dead zone.

  • a demilitarized zone

  • to provide humanitarian aid to the war zone

  • We overflew the war zone, taking photographs.

  • a steady flow of refugees from the war zone

  • The security zone was set up to prevent guerrilla infiltrations.

  • They fell into that twilight zone between military personnel and civilian employees.

  • The area has been declared a disaster zone.

  • Norvelle, whose catchphrase is "Chase Me", asked magistrates not to ban him after he admitted doing 83mph in a 50mph zone.

  • He said thousands of Koreans still levelled guns at one another along the demilitarised zone between them.

  • The area could be turned into a demilitarized zone.

  • Many people have stayed behind in the potential war zone.

  • As women were not permitted in the war zone, Eleanor would have to stay behind.

  • The U.N. has declared it to be a safe zone.

Phrase collocation

  • zone out

    (US informal)fall asleep or lose concentration or consciousness. zoned

    • I just zoned out for a moment.

Synonym discrimination

  • districk, region, area, section, zone, belt, quarter, neighbourhood

Meaning of zone

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