enclave : Definition, Usages, News and More

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  • n  an enclosed territory that is culturally distinct from the foreign territory that surrounds it

  • From sleepy colonial outpost to prosperous high-tech enclave, Singapore owes its rise to the stern, stubborn lawyer who virtually invented the place.
  • Babayan lives in Stepanakert, the capital of Nagorno-Karabakh, a mountainous enclave fully within the borders of the former Soviet republic of Azerbaijan.
  • A would-be illegal immigrant washes clothes at a temporary housing facility in the Spanish enclave of Ceuta, North Africa.
News & Articles


  • Nicolas Sarkozy in Reuters
    I indicated to President Medvedev how concerned we were about this declaration and how there should be no deployment in any enclave until we have discussed new geopolitical conditions for pan-European security,Sarkozy told a news conference.
  • Morgan Tsvangirai in Africasia
    We believe the Zimbabwean economy is an enclave economy that is uneven, unequal and virtually dead,Tsvangirai told thousands of supporters gathered at a stadium in the eastern border town of Mutare.
  • Georgi Lozanov in International Herald Tribune
    This leaves a closed enclave within the archives, which contains the information about the real background of our present-day political establishment,said Georgi Lozanov, the head of the Clean Voices civil initiative that was pushing for...

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