residence

英 ['rezɪd(ə)ns] 美 ['rɛzɪdəns]
  • n. 住宅,住处;居住
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residence 住所,住房

来自 reside,居住,定居。

residence (n.)
late 14c., "act of dwelling; dwelling place," from Old French residence, from Medieval Latin residentia, from Latin residentem (nominative residens) "residing, dwelling," present participle of residere "reside" (see reside). Also borrowed into German (Residenz), Dutch (residentie).
1. They had entered the country and had applied for permanent residence.
他们已经入境该国,并申请了永久居留权。

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2. In most of the residence halls we visited, rules prohibit disorderly conduct.
在我们走访的学生宿舍里,大多明令禁止胡作非为。

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3. Wakoski is writer in residence at Michigan State University.
瓦科斯基是密歇根州立大学的常驻作家。

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4. All single full-time students must reside in university residence halls.
所有单身的全日制学生都必须住大学宿舍。

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5. In 1527 Imperial troops sacked the French ambassador's residence in Rome.
1527年,帝国军队洗劫了位于罗马的法国大使官邸。

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