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world / CL: 個|个
boundary / border
boundary / state / realm
the outside world / external
  *界* | 界* | *界
boundary / scope / extent / circles / group / kingdom (taxonomy)
field of vision
World of Warcraft (video game)
worldwide / entire world
Zhangjiajie prefecture level city in Hunan, formerly Dayong 大庸
all walks of life / all social circles
critical / boundary
common boundary / common border
business world / business community
animal kingdom
ken / scope
the press / the media
banking circles / the world of finance
world of the immortals / fairyland / cloud nine
academic circles / academia
to cross a border / to overstep a bound
national boundary / border between countries
Kingdom Plantae (biology)
great wide world / marvelously diverse world / (Buddhism) cosmos (abbr. for 三千大千世界)
New Territories (in Hong Kong)
academic world / academic circles / academia
the objective world (as opposed to empirical observation)
without borders (used for organizations such as Médecins sans Frontières)
spiritual world
microcosm / the microscopic world
the teeming world / the world of sensual pleasures
world of science / scientific circles
Les Misérables (1862) by Victor Hugo 維克多·雨果|维克多·雨果
Third World
to travel around the world
foreign concession, an enclave occupied by a foreign power (in China in the 19th and 20th centuries)
provincial boundaries / provincial boundary
county border / county line
performing arts circles / show business
lower bound (math.) / world of mortals / (of Gods) to descend to the world of mortals
(one's) inner world
political and government circles
Brave New World, novel by Aldous Huxley 阿道司·赫胥黎
to cross a border / to go out of bounds (sport)
paradise (mainly Buddhist) / Elysium / (Budd.) Sukhavati
everywhere / across the world
academic world / academic circles / academia
sports circles / the sporting world
upper bound
world with only two people (usually refers to a romantic couple) / romantic couple's world
an interface / to relate with / to affiliate
industry / the world of business
border / boundary
Second World (Cold War-era term referring to communist nations as a bloc)
the press / the media
broaden, expand one's horizons
supremum (math.) / least upper bound
Palearctic realm
moviedom / the world of movies / film circles
the Three Worlds (as proposed by Mao Zedong), i.e. the superpowers (USA and USSR), other wealthy countries (UK, France, Japan etc), and the developing countries of Asia, Africa and Latin America
entertainment world / show business
territory occupied by aborigines in Taiwan (old)
macrocosm / the world in the large
economic circles
shallow / not thorough / superficial
demarcation / boundary / delimited / bound (math.)
media / commentators
biosphere / natural world
lit. the river that divides Chu and Han / fig. a line that divides rival territories / the mid-line between sides on a Chinese chessboard
Western Pure Land of Ultimate Bliss or Sukhavati (Sanskrit)
spirit world
superkingdom (taxonomy)
intellectual circles / intelligentsia
fungus (taxonomic kingdom) / mycota
the press / journalistic circles / the journalists
show business
Ethiopian Zone, aka Afrotropical realm
Antarctic realm
cosmos (Buddhism)
boundary survey
famous throughout the world
subkingdom (taxonomy)
Indomalayan realm
ghost world
infimum (math.) / greatest lower bound
Neotropic (ecozone)
to demarcate a boundary / dividing line
Reporters Without Borders (pressure group)
state border / state line
Nearctic realm
determination of cadastral parcel boundaries
medium / vehicle
lower boundary
nature / the natural world
the world of material desires (Buddhism)
event horizon

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