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British overseas territory

Saltos de línea: Brit|ish over|seas ter¦ri|tory

Definición de British overseas territory en inglés:

sustantivo

A territory that is under the sovereignty of the UK but does not form part of the UK itself, such as Bermuda, Gibraltar, and the Falkland Islands. Compare with Crown dependency.
Example sentences
  • Carty was born on the Caribbean island of St Kitts to parents from the British overseas territory of Anguilla.
  • By implication, all other British overseas territories are not economically sound, or are financially dependent on the UK.
  • The abuse was revealed in 1999 and eight men were later convicted during a trial on the British overseas territory in the Pacific Ocean.

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