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knight

noun   /naɪt/
a man of high social rank who fought as a soldier on a horse in the past caballero
in the UK, a man who has been given the titleSir’ by the king or queen caballero
(Definition of knight from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

knight

noun /nait/
in earlier times, a man of noble birth who is trained to fight, especially on horseback caballero King Arthur and his knights.
a man of rank, having the title ’Sir’ Sir, caballero de una orden Sir John Brown was made a knight in 1969.
a piece used in chess, usually shaped like a horse’s head. caballo
knighthood noun
the rank or title of a knight título de Sir He received a knighthood from the Queen.
(Definition of knight from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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