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thronenoun [C]

uk   /θrəʊn/  us   /θroʊn/
C2 the ​specialchair used by a ​ruler, ​especially a ​king or ​queen
the throne
C2 the ​state of being a ​ruler: Elizabeth II ascended/came to the throne (= ​becamequeen of ​Britain) when her ​fatherdied. Queen Victoria was on the throne (= was ​queen) at that ​time. Charles is next in ​line to the throne (= will ​becomeking next).

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thronenoun [C]

 us   /θroʊn/
a ​specialchair used by a ​king or ​queen, or the ​condition of being such a ​ruler: He is ​heir to the throne.
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Traducciones de “throne”
en coreano 왕위…
en árabe عَرْش…
in Malaysian singgahsana, takhta, raja…
en francés trône…
en ruso трон…
en chino (tradicionál) 王座, 王位…
en italiano trono…
en turco taht…
en polaco tron…
en español trono…
in Vietnamese ngai vàng, ngôi vua…
en portugués trono…
in Thai บัลลังก์, ตำแหน่งกษัตริย์…
en alemán der Thron…
en catalán tron…
en japonés 王座…
en chino (simplificado) 王座, 王位…
in Indonesian singgasana, raja…
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