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House of Lords

noun [no plural]    
one of the two parts of the British parliament, with members who are chosen by the governmentGovernment administration and organisation
Translations of “House of Lords”
in Russian палата лордов…
in Turkish Lordlar Kamarası…
in Polish Izba Lordów…
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