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princenoun [C]

uk   us   /prɪns/
B1 an ​importantmalemember of a ​royalfamily, ​especially a ​son or grandson of the ​king or ​queen: Prince Edward Prince Juan Carlos of Spain ​becameking in 1975. a ​maleruler of a ​country, usually a ​smallcountry: Prince Albert II is the ​ruling prince of Monaco.prince among/of sth literary a man who is ​excellent at something: that prince of ​flautists, William Bennett

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princenoun [C]

 us   /prɪns/
a ​member of a ​royalfamily, esp. a ​son of a ​king or ​queen A prince is also a ​maleruler of a ​smallcountry.
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Traducciones de “prince”
en coreano 왕자, 작은 왕국의 군주…
en árabe أمير…
in Malaysian putera, Putera…
en francés prince…
en ruso принц, князь…
en chino (tradicionál) 王子, 親王, 王孫…
en italiano principe…
en turco prens…
en polaco książę, królewicz…
en español príncipe…
in Vietnamese hoàng tử, ông hoàng…
en portugués príncipe…
in Thai เจ้าชาย, ผู้ครองนคร…
en alemán der Prinz, der Fürst…
en catalán príncep, infant…
en japonés 王子, 皇太子, (小国の)君主…
en chino (simplificado) 王子, 亲王, 王孙…
in Indonesian pangeran…
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