Meaning of 进驻

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jìn zhù (Trad.: 進駐)
to enter and garrison; (fig.) to establish a presence in
Related Words
Antonyms: 撤离
Example Sentences
Consider the last time you rang up your own purchase at Wal-Mart, checked into a hotel at a kiosk or bought a ticket from a machine in the lobby of a movie theater.
From there you can then move into the professional world with confidence.
When she moved into the headquarters as director of damage control, I felt much better.
As Subway expands into China's different provinces, it plans to localize the menu to suit local palates.
Perhaps eventually, Western schools with unsuitable business plans will also be drawn into China as well, although with a little luck the market should sort all that out too.