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throne

noun [C] uk   /θrəʊn/  us   /θroʊn/
C2 the special chair used by a ruler, especially a king or queenthe throne C2 the state of being a ruler: Elizabeth II ascended/came to the throne (= became queen of Britain) when her father died. Queen Victoria was on the throne (= was queen) at that time. Charles is next in line to the throne (= will become king next).
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in Arabic عَرْش…
in Korean 왕위…
in Malaysian singgahsana, takhta, raja…
in French trône…
in Turkish taht…
in Italian trono…
in Chinese (Traditional) 王座, 王位…
in Russian трон…
in Polish tron…
in Vietnamese ngai vàng, ngôi vua…
in Spanish trono…
in Portuguese trono…
in Thai บัลลังก์, ตำแหน่งกษัตริย์…
in German der Thron…
in Catalan tron…
in Japanese 王座…
in Indonesian singgasana, raja…
in Chinese (Simplified) 王座, 王位…
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