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feudal

adjective
 
 
/ˈfjuːdəl/
relating to a social system in the past in which people worked and fought for a lord (= a man of high rank) in exchange for land and protectionHistorySystems of government
feudalism noun [U]
Translations of “feudal”
in Vietnamese phong kiến…
in Spanish feudal…
in Thai เกี่ยวกับระบบศักดินา…
in Malaysian feudal…
in French féodal…
in German Feudal……
in Chinese (Traditional) 封建(制度)的…
in Indonesian feodal…
in Russian феодальный…
in Turkish feodal, derebeylikle ilgili, toprak ağalığına ilişkin…
in Chinese (Simplified) 封建(制度)的…
in Polish feudalny…
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