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Definition of no-man’s-land noun from the Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary

 

no-man’s-land

 noun
noun
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; NAmE
 
[uncountable, singular]
 
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an area of land between the borders of two countries or between two armies, that is not controlled by either Word Origin Middle English: originally the name of a plot of ground lying outside the north wall of the city of London, the site of a place of execution.
See the Oxford Advanced American Dictionary entry: no-man’s-land