constitutional monarchy Meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary
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"constitutional monarchy" in British English

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constitutional monarchynoun [C]

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a ​system in which the ​king or queen's ​power is ​severelylimited, because they ​act only on the ​advice of the ​politicians who ​form the ​government
(Definition of constitutional monarchy from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

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constitutional monarchynoun [C]

 /ˌkɑn·stɪˈtu·ʃə·nəl ˈmɑn·ər·ki/ (also limited monarchy)
politics & government a ​system of ​government in which a ​king or ​queen is ​head of ​state, but ​laws are made and put into ​effect by a ​legislature, or a ​country that has this ​system of ​government
(Definition of constitutional monarchy from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “constitutional monarchy”
in Chinese (Simplified) 君主立宪制…
in Chinese (Traditional) 君主立憲制…
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