Definition of exclusion zone in English:

exclusion zone

Syllabification: ex·clu·sion zone

noun

An area into which entry is forbidden, especially by ships or aircraft of particular nationalities.
More example sentences
  • A two-mile exclusion zone for shipping and aircraft was set up around it.
  • The crack RAF team was forced to call off its acrobatics because the aircraft violated an eight-mile exclusion zone needed for the performance.
  • There will also be an air exclusion zone over central London and police helicopters will relay aerial pictures to the control room.

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