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majesty

noun /ˈmӕdʒəsti/ ( plural majesties)
greatness; impressive dignity
majestad
the majesty of the city’s monuments.
(with capital ) (with His, Your) a title used when speaking to or of a king or queen
Majestad
Her Majesty the Queen Their Majesties Your Majesty.
majestic /-ˈdʒes-/ adjective having great dignity
majestuoso
a majestic view of the Potomac river He looked truly majestic.
majestically adverb
majestuosamente
The mountain rose majestically into the sky.
Translations of “majesty”
in Korean 장엄…
in Arabic جَلالة, عَظمة…
in French majesté, Sa/Votre Majesté…
in Italian maestà…
in Chinese (Traditional) 雄偉, 壯麗, 威嚴…
in Russian величественность…
in Turkish görkem, ihtişam, haşmet…
in Polish majestatyczność, majestat…
in Portuguese majestade…
in German die Majestät, Ihre/Eure Majestät…
in Catalan majestuositat…
in Japanese 壮麗さ, 威厳…
in Chinese (Simplified) 雄伟, 壮丽, 威严…
(Definition of majesty from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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