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Meaning of “throne” - Learner’s Dictionary

throne

noun     /θrəʊn/
[C] the special chair that a king or queen sits onChairs and seats
the throne
the position of being king or queen: He came to the throne in 1936.Royalty, aristocracy and titles
Translations of “throne”
in Arabic عَرْش…
in Korean 왕위…
in Malaysian singgahsana, takhta, raja…
in French trône…
in Turkish taht…
in Italian trono…
in Chinese (Traditional) 王座, 王位…
in Russian трон…
in Polish tron…
in Vietnamese ngai vàng, ngôi vua…
in Spanish trono…
in Portuguese trono…
in Thai บัลลังก์, ตำแหน่งกษัตริย์…
in German der Thron…
in Catalan tron…
in Japanese 王座…
in Indonesian singgasana, raja…
in Chinese (Simplified) 王座, 王位…
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