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queen

noun /kwiːn/
a woman who rules a country, who inherits her position by right of birth
reina
the Queen of England Queen Elizabeth II.
the wife of a king
reina
The king and his queen were both present.
a woman who is in some way important, excellent or special
reina
a beauty queen a movie queen.
a playing card with a picture of a queen on it
dama
I have two aces and a queen.
an important chesspiece
reina
He moved his queen to the left..
the egg-laying female of certain kinds of insect (especially bees, ants and wasps).
reina
(slang) a homosexual man who assumes the female role.
marica
queenly adjective of, like or suitable for, a queen
de reina
queenly dignity.
queen mother noun the mother of the reigning king or queen, who was herself once a queen.
reina madre
(Definition of queen from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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