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duke

noun   /djuːk/
a man who has a very high social rank in some European countries duque the Duke of Cambridge
(Definition of duke from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

duke

noun /djuːk/
a nobleman of the highest rank duque the Duke of Wellington.
ducal /ˈdjuːkəl/ adjective
ducal the ducal palace.
dukedom noun
the rank or territories of a duke ducado the Dukedom of Cornwall.
(Definition of duke from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “duke”
in Korean 공작…
in Arabic دوق…
in Malaysian bangsawan…
in French duc…
in Russian герцог…
in Chinese (Traditional) 公爵, 小公國的君主…
in Italian duca…
in Turkish dük…
in Polish książę…
in Vietnamese công tước…
in Portuguese duque…
in Thai ขุนนางชั้นสูงของอังกฤษ…
in German der Herzog…
in Catalan duc…
in Japanese 公爵…
in Chinese (Simplified) 公爵, 小公国的君主…
in Indonesian gelar bangsawan…
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