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kingdom

noun [C]  /ˈkɪŋ·dəm/ us  
a country ruled by a king or queen: She was queen of an ancient kingdom in Egypt. biology A kingdom is also one of the groups into which natural things can be divided, depending on their type.
Translations of “kingdom”
in Korean 왕국…
in Arabic مَمْلَكة…
in Portuguese reino…
in Catalan regne…
in Japanese 王国…
in Italian regno…
in Chinese (Traditional) 王國, (某人)佔統治地位的地方, 管轄範圍…
in Russian королевство…
in Turkish krallık…
in Chinese (Simplified) 王国, (某人)占统治地位的地方, 管辖范围…
in Polish królestwo…
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