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This win lifted them out of the relegation zone. Times, Sunday Times (2017)Orient are only out of the drop zone on goal difference. The Sun (2016)We got a war zone in our own backyard. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Now they are just two ahead and only out of the drop zone on goal difference. The Sun (2016)What is to stop Scotland having its own time zone? Times, Sunday Times (2016)At any moment, you sense the place will become a war zone. The Sun (2017)It has three alarms, three time zones and a perpetual calendar. Times, Sunday Times (2016)We have called for urgent humanitarian access to besieged areas and have urged the government to establish a no-fly zone. Times, Sunday Times (2016)It's turning into a war zone: people will end up being killed. Times, Sunday Times (2016)But they are not used in war zones. The Sun (2009)The adults in their lives are disaster zones or dead. Times, Sunday Times (2016)You get taken out of your comfort zone by people you meet for the first time. The Sun (2012)Villa are nine points above the drop zone and are surely playing only for prize money now. The Sun (2014)Marine conservation zones limit commercial fishing and allow islanders to fish sustainably. Times, Sunday Times (2012)The protection and surveillance zones around infected areas will also remain in place. Times, Sunday Times (2007)The future has always been the time zone in which he feels most comfortable. The Times Literary Supplement (2010)The euro would become a zone of instability. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Why are they not being used in the war zone? The Sun (2010)But lending in euros within the zone was supposed to be free of such risks. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Tens of thousands of troops were mobilised and aid airlifted into the disaster zone. The Sun (2008)Their appearance was outside the comfort zone of most people today. Times, Sunday Times (2011)It was always going to be about trying to stay out of the relegation zone. The Sun (2014)They are just one point clear of the drop zone after no wins in eight. The Sun (2013)Some flights may be lengthy but do not cross to another time zone. Beat Jet Lag - arrive alert and stay alert (1991)Gaming zones have become a major part of the retail industry. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Do 20mph zones in urban areas save lives? Times, Sunday Times (2011)But what we do know is that Santa uses time zones to make the most of the little time he does have. The Sun (2013)
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British English: zone /zəʊn/ NOUN
A zone is an area that has particular features or characteristics.
The area has been declared a disaster zone.
- American English: zone
- Arabic: مِنْطَقَة
- Brazilian Portuguese: zona
- Chinese: 地带
- Croatian: zona
- Czech: zóna
- Danish: zone
- Dutch: zone
- European Spanish: zona
- Finnish: vyöhyke
- French: zone
- German: Zone
- Greek: ζώνη
- Italian: zona
- Japanese: 地帯
- Korean: 지대
- Norwegian: sone
- Polish: strefa
- European Portuguese: zona
- Romanian: zonă
- Russian: зона
- Spanish: zona
- Swedish: zon
- Thai: โซน แถบ เขต
- Turkish: bölge savaş, kuraklık
- Ukrainian: зона
- Vietnamese: vùng
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