- n. 城邦；都市国家
- n. (Polis)人名；(英、俄)波利斯
- polis (n.)
- "ancient Greek city-state," 1894, from Greek polis "city, one's city; the state, citizens," from PIE *pele- "citadel; enclosed space, often on high ground" (cognates: Sanskrit pur, puram "city, citadel," Lithuanian pilis "fortress").
- 1. It lay in Grecian Polis and the Roman Law.
- 2. It was from a little book by Susan Polis Schutz called Don't Be Afraid to Love.
- 3. Aristotle was an encyclopedic scholar in Greek Polis crisis who wrote and attained excellent achievement.
- 4. The renewal of the wharf area in polis has become a headache and a hot spot.
- 5. The discussion ends with a strong emphasis on the importance the polis in Greek history.
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