Pang-kok

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Pang-kok, nā tùi-èng Eng-gí ê state, sī chi̍t-ê chèng-tī-thé. Chi̍t khoán tēng-gī sī ū kiông-chè-le̍k ê chèng-tī cho͘-chit, hâm chi̍t-ê tiong-iong chèng-hú thang pó-chhî tī it-tēng tē-lí léng-thó͘ tang-tiōng to̍k-chàm bú-le̍k sú-iōng ê ha̍p-hoat-sèng.

Iōng-gí pí-kàu[siu-kái | kái goân-sú-bé]

Chham-chiàu chi̍t kóa koan-liân ê Eng-gí iōng-gí, state chit jī ū kok-ka ê ì-sù, chóng-sī khah choan-bûn tī chèng-tī ūn-choán ê pō͘-hūn. Khah phó͘-thong ê iōng-gí country, sī khah óa tē-lí-siōng chi̍t-ê thang kah pa̍t-ūi khu-pia̍t ê só͘-chāi ê ì-sù; nā nation sī khah koan-sim tī chi̍t kûn lâng ê ì-sù.

Liân-pang-chè ē-té ê pang-kok[siu-kái | kái goân-sú-bé]

Chi̍t kóa liân-pang ē-té ê kò-pia̍t pang hūn mā sǹg sī kok-ka, in cho͘-sêng liân-pang ê chi̍t pō͘-hūn.[1] Chia ê kok-ka ū pō͘-hūn ê chú-khoân pun hō͘ liân-pang chèng-hú.[2]Eng-gí, oân-choân to̍k-li̍p ê kok-ka kap liân-pang hē-thóng ē-té ê kok-ka lóng thang hō chò state, chong-sī chi̍t kóa Tang-iûⁿ giân-gí it-poaⁿ tiāⁿ te̍k-pia̍t kā liân-pang ē-té ê state hoan-e̍k chò "chiu".

Chham-chiàu[siu-kái | kái goân-sú-bé]

  1. The Australian National Dictionary: Fourth Edition, pg 1395. (2004) Canberra. ISBN 0-19-551771-7.
  2. Thompson, Della, pian. (1995). "state". Concise Oxford English Dictionary (9th pán.). Oxford University Press. 

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