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crowned head

noun [C usually plural] uk   formal us  
a king or queen: Most of the crowned heads of Europe have been entertained in this palace.
Translations of “crowned head”
in Chinese (Traditional) 君主, 國王, 女王…
in Chinese (Simplified) 君主, 国王, 女王…
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