- n. 棱堡；堡垒
a group that defends a principle;
"a bastion against corruption"
"the last bastion of communism"
a stronghold into which people could go for shelter during a battle
projecting part of a rampart or other fortification
- These clubs are the last bastions of male privilege.
- Pearl Harbor was the principal American bastion in the Pacific.
- The British public schools are bastion of privilege.
- Their battle line is not solid and is anything but a bastion of iron.
We have made our country a bastion of the new era.出自： A. Koestler
We are the true bastion against the communists.出自： G. Greene