Bandit territory
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British pronunciation/bˈandɪt tˈɛɹɪtəɹˌi/
American pronunciation/bˈændɪt tˈɛɹɪtˌoːɹi/
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a place in which rules and laws are not followed or obeyed

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bandit territory definition and meaning

What is the origin of the idiom "bandit territory" and when to use it?

The origin of the idiom "bandit territory" can be traced back to historical contexts where banditry and criminal activities were prevalent in certain regions. It is often used in discussions related to travel advisories, security concerns, or assessments of certain regions. The phrase can be found in conversations about remote or poorly governed areas where bandits, thieves, or other criminal elements operate with relative impunity.

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Without proper intervention, the area could potentially transform into bandit territory, leading to a breakdown of order and a disregard for rules and laws.
If the situation worsens, that region might become a full-fledged bandit territory, where rules and laws will be completely ignored or disobeyed.
The outskirts of the city are notorious for being bandit territory, where the absence of law enforcement allows lawlessness to prevail.
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