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dukenoun [C]

 us   /duk/
(in some countries) a title of a man who has a very high social rank or who is the ruler of a small, independent country, or the person himself
Translations of “duke”
in Arabic دوق…
in Korean 공작…
in Malaysian bangsawan…
in French duc…
in Turkish dük…
in Italian duca…
in Chinese (Traditional) 公爵, 小公國的君主…
in Russian герцог…
in Polish książę…
in Vietnamese công tước…
in Spanish duque…
in Portuguese duque…
in Thai ขุนนางชั้นสูงของอังกฤษ…
in German der Herzog…
in Catalan duc…
in Japanese 公爵…
in Indonesian gelar bangsawan…
in Chinese (Simplified) 公爵, 小公国的君主…
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