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king

noun   /kɪŋ/
A2 a man who rules a country and is part of the royal family rey the kings and queens of England
a playing card that has a picture of a king on it rey the king of hearts
(Definition of king from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

king

noun /kiŋ/
a male ruler of a nation, who inherits his position by right of birth rey He became king when his father died King Charles III.
the playing card with the picture of a king rey I have two cards – the ten of spades and the king of diamonds.
the most important piece in chess. rey
kingdom noun
a state having a king (or queen) as its head reino The United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland He rules over a large kingdom.
any of the three great divisions of natural objects reino the animal, vegetable and mineral kingdoms.
kingly adjective
of, relating to, or suitable for a king real kingly robes a kingly feast.
kingliness noun
realeza
kingfisher noun
a type of bird with brilliant blue feathers which feeds on fish. martín pescador
king-size adjective ( king-sized)
of a large size; larger than normal tamaño gigante, tamaño familiar a king-sized bed king-size cigarettes.
(Definition of king from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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