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Meaning of “palace” in the English Dictionary

"palace" in British English

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palacenoun [C]

uk   us   /ˈpæl.ɪs/
B1 a ​largehouse that is the ​officialhome of a ​king, ​queen, or other ​person of high ​socialrank: a ​royal/​presidential palace Buckingham Palace is ​open to the ​public. old-fashioned used in the ​names of ​largebuildings, such as ​cinemas or ​places where ​people go ​dancing: An ​oldmovie palace is being ​restored.

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(Definition of palace from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

"palace" in American English

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palacenoun [C]

 us   /ˈpæl·əs/
a ​large, ​highlydecoratedhouse, esp. one that is the ​officialhome of a ​king or ​queen: Most of the palace is ​open to the ​public as a ​museum.
(Definition of palace from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “palace”
in Korean 궁전…
in Arabic قَصْر…
in Malaysian istana…
in French palais…
in Russian дворец…
in Chinese (Traditional) 宮殿, (用於電影院、舞廳等大型建築物的名稱中)…
in Italian palazzo…
in Turkish saray…
in Polish pałac…
in Spanish palacio…
in Vietnamese cung điện…
in Portuguese palácio…
in Thai พระราชวัง…
in German der Palast…
in Catalan palau…
in Japanese 宮殿…
in Chinese (Simplified) 宫殿, (用于电影院、舞厅等大型建筑物的名称中)…
in Indonesian istana…
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