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    Where British held sway." means "Where British ruled

    Hi teachers,

    1) "The discovery of Asia has not yet been accomplished." means "The discovery of Asia has not yet been completed." ?

    2) "Where British held sway." means "Where British ruled." ?

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    Re: Where British held sway." means "Where British ruled

    A little more context would enable us to give better answers. The best I can do on the information you have given is to say, "Probably".

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