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Royal Enclosure, the

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary EnglishRoyal Enclosure, thethe Royal EnclosureˌRoyal Enˈclosure, the  a special area of the Ascot horse-racing track in the south of England, which can only be used by the British royal family and by people who have special tickets. People who are allowed in the Royal Enclosure are expected to wear formal clothes and hats.
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