Significado de “empress” - en el Diccionario Inglés

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empressnoun [ C ]

uk /ˈem.prəs/ us /ˈem.prəs/

a female ruler of an empire, or the wife of a male ruler of an empire

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Examples from literature

  • The leader was called an emperor or an empress. 
  • But when Napoleon was near the door, he turned round and walked hastily toward the empress. 
  • By an edict of the empress, no crime whatsoever can be punished with death. 
  • For many hours the empress, like her imperial predecessor Marie Louise, was dangerously ill. 
  • The empress treated him with distinction because she had thoughts of making him her agent at Venice. 
  • When they were playing in the garden, the empress watched them from her window with great delight. 

(Definición de empress del Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)