Any opinions in the examples do not represent the opinion of the Cambridge Dictionary editors or of Cambridge University Press or its licensors. It's intimacy that takes him out of his comfort zone.
We lost 14 of our colleagues who chose to stay at the hospital even though their city was in a war zone. Authorities have identified certain high-risk zones and, in an effort to save lives, prohibited construction in those areas.
Despite this, most of us will never really know what it means to live in a physical war zone. The best way to learn about yourself, is to get out of your comfort zone, and meeting other people.
They do not get into any other country's 12-mile water zone. Comfort zones may be a wonderful place, but nothing ever grows there.
From This example is from Wikipedia and may be reused under a CC BY-SA license. Climate zone All study sites were selected to lie in the same climate zone providing similar site conditions in terms of altitude, mean annual rainfall and temperature.
Any opinions in the examples do not represent the opinion of the Cambridge Dictionary editors or of Cambridge University Press or its licensors. An area characterized by a particular set of organisms, whose presence is determined by environmental conditions, as an latitudinal belt on a mountain.
A specific district, area, etc., within which a uniform charge is made for transportation, mail delivery, or other service. The total number of available railroad terminals within a given circumference around a given shopping center.
An area or district in a city or town under special restrictions as to the type, size, purpose, etc., of existing or proposed buildings. (in the U.S. postal system) any of the numbered districts into which a city or metropolitan area was formerly divided for expediting the sorting and delivery of mail.
A particular portion of a playing area: The wing was trapped with the puck in his own defensive zone. To divide into zones, tracts, areas, etc., as according to existing characteristics or as distinguished for some purpose.
Sector, area, region, belt, territory, section, ground, realm, band, sphere, circuit, tract, segment Across global fire zone s, “One common thread is that Indigenous stewardship is something that we can learn from,” said Greenpeace’s Brings.
Other shows have allowed gender and inequality to inspire some episodes: The Twilight Zone, for example. The original Twilight Zone is renowned for the acting careers it revived or jump started.
On rival CBS, which had been the original home of The Twilight Zone, the long-running Murder, She Wrote premiered in 1984. The Twilight Zone would see another incarnation at the dawn of the 21st century, with Forest Whitaker as host.
The trend led to a resurgence of anthology television, and renewed interest in The Twilight Zone. From there leads a zone 20 sea miles wide west of 22 degrees 30 minutes eastern longitude into Greek territorial waters.
The people had been driven out from the zone of fire, and had left their possessions to the mercy of the invaders. The vine, which bears greater winter cold, distinguishes the second zone.
An area or a region distinguished from adjacent parts by a distinctive feature or characteristic. The American Heritage® Sherman's Medical Dictionary Copyright © 2002, 2001, 1995 by Houghton Mifflin Company.
Ecology area characterized by distinct physical conditions and populated by communities of certain kinds of organisms. Anatomy area or a region distinguished from adjacent parts by a distinctive feature or characteristic.
An area or a region distinguished from adjacent parts by a distinctive feature or characteristic. A section of an area or territory established for a specific purpose, as a section of a city restricted to a particular type of building, enterprise, or activity: a residential zone.
c. An area of a given radius within which a uniform rate is charged, as for transportation or shipping. Any of the five regions of the surface of the earth that are loosely divided according to prevailing climate and latitude, including the tropics, the North and South Temperate Zones, and the North and South Polar Regions.
Ecology An area characterized by distinct physical conditions and supporting a particular type of flora and fauna. Geology A region or stratum distinguished by composition or content.
Copyright © 2016 by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Publishing Company. (Zen) n 1. A region, area, or section characterized by some distinctive feature or quality.
(Environmental Science) ecology an area, esp a belt of land, having a particular flora and fauna determined by the prevailing environmental conditions (General Sporting Terms) sport a. a mental state that enables a competitor to perform to the best of his or her ability: Hinges is in the zone at the moment.
(Education) NZ a catchment area for pupils for a specific school Vb (try) 13. To divide into zones, as for different use, jurisdiction, activities, etc.
3. an area characterized by a particular set of organisms whose presence is determined by environmental conditions, as an latitudinal belt on a mountain. 4. a specific district, area, etc., within which a uniform charge is made for transportation or other service.
5. an area or district in a city or town under special restrictions as to the type of buildings that may be erected. 7. any of the numbered districts into which a U.S. city or metropolitan area was formerly divided for expediting mail delivery.
8. a particular portion of a football field or other playing area: defensive zone. 11. to divide (a city or town) into zones in order to enforce building restrictions.
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