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Translation of "monarch" - English-Spanish dictionary

monarch

noun   /ˈmɒn·ək/
a king or queen monarca
(Definition of monarch from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

monarch

noun /ˈmonək/
a king, queen, emperor, or empress monarca the reigning monarch.
monarchy noun ( plural monarchies)
(a country etc that has) government by a monarch monarquía a constitutional monarchy.
(Definition of monarch from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “monarch”
in Korean 군주…
in Arabic عاهِل…
in Malaysian raja…
in French monarque…
in Russian монарх…
in Chinese (Traditional) 君主, 國王, 皇帝…
in Italian monarca…
in Turkish hükümdar, kral, kraliçe…
in Polish monarch-a/ini…
in Vietnamese quốc vương…
in Portuguese monarca…
in Thai กษัตริย์…
in German der/die Monarch(in)…
in Catalan monarca…
in Japanese 君主…
in Chinese (Simplified) 君王, 国王, 皇帝…
in Indonesian kepala negara monarki…
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