suzerain

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源自法語 suzerainsus () (源自拉丁語 sursum) + souverain (參見英語 sovereign)。

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  • IPA(幫助)/ˈs(j)uz(ə)ɹən/, /ˈs(j)uzəˌɹeɪ̯n/
  • 斷字:su‧ze‧rain, suz‧erain

名詞[编辑]

suzerain(複數 suzerains

  1. 宗主國
    • 1920–1921L[assa Francis Lawrence] Oppenheim,Ronald F. Roxburgh編, International Law: A Treatise,卷號I (Peace),3rd edition,London; New York, N.Y.:Longman, Green and Co., 頁號162:
      Suzerainty is a term which was originally used for the relation between the feudal lord and his vassal; the lord was said to be the suzerain of the vassal, and at that time suzerainty was a term of Constitutional Law only. With the disappearance of the feudal system, suzerainty of this kind likewise disappeared. Modern suzerainty involves only a few rights of the suzerain State over the vassal State which can be called constitutional rights. The rights of the suzerain State over the vassal are principally international rights, of whatever they may consist.
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    • 19111911 Encyclopædia Britannica,卷號22, Punic Wars, 頁號649:
      The origin of these conflicts is to be sought in the position which Rome acquired about 275 b.c. as suzerain and protector of all Italy.
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  2. 領主

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suzerain m(複數 suzerains

  1. 宗主國

形容詞[编辑]

suzerain(陰性 suzeraine,陽性複數 suzerains,陰性複數 suzeraines

  1. 宗主國的