pene-enclave

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From pene- +‎ enclave.

Noun[edit]

pene-enclave ‎(plural pene-enclaves)

  1. An area that is, for practical purposes, an enclave but does not meet the strict definition: an area that is not completely surrounded by another but can, in practice, be reached only by passing through another area. For instance, a region of a country that is not connected by road to the main part of the country without passing through another country.

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