to violate (break) sanctuary: bắt bớ (hành hung) (ai) ở nơi trú ẩn
rights of sanctuary: quyền bảo hộ, quyền cho cư trú
khu bảo tồn chim muông thú rừng
sanctuaries'sæŋktʃʊərɪ /-erɪ noun +a consecrated place where sacred objects are kept +a shelter from danger or hardship +area around the altar of a church for the clergy and choir; often enclosed by a lattice or railing
1 sanctum, shrine, chapel, temple, church, house of worship, house of God; synagogue, mosque, pagoda:
All of us retire at this time to the sanctuary for evening prayer.
Formerly, criminals could seek sanctuary in churches.
3 (nature or wildlife) reserve or preserve, reservation, conservation area, national park:
If housing is built here, it will destroy the bird sanctuary.
Advanced English Dictionary
+noun (plural sanctuaries) 1[C] an area where wild birds or animals are protected and encouraged to breed: a bird / wildlife sanctuary 2[U] safety and protection, especially for people who are being chased or attacked: to take sanctuary in a place + The government offered sanctuary to 4 000 refugees. + She longed for the sanctuary of her own home. + a place of sanctuary 3[C, usually sing.] a safe place, especially one where people who are being chased or attacked can stay and be protected: The church became a sanctuary for the refugees. 4[C] a holy building or the part of it that is considered the most holy: the sanctuary of Poseidon at Sourvion + Women were forbidden to enter the sanctuary.
Collocation Dictionary noun
VERB + SANCTUARY
Thousands of refugees have sought sanctuary in neighbouring countries.
In former times, criminals could take sanctuary inside a church.
| give sb, offer (sb)
It had been built as a sanctuary from World War II bombs.
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