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monarchnoun [C]

uk   /ˈmɒn.ək/  us   /ˈmɑː.nɚk/
a king or queen: a hereditary monarch Britain's head of state is a constitutional monarch (= only has very limited powers).
monarchic
adjective uk   /məˈnɑː.kɪk/  us   /-ˈnɑːr-/ (also monarchical ) formal
Translations of “monarch”
in Arabic عاهِل…
in Korean 군주…
in Malaysian raja…
in French monarque…
in Turkish hükümdar, kral, kraliçe…
in Italian monarca…
in Chinese (Traditional) 君主, 國王, 皇帝…
in Russian монарх…
in Polish monarch-a/ini…
in Vietnamese quốc vương…
in Spanish monarca…
in Portuguese monarca…
in Thai กษัตริย์…
in German der/die Monarch(in)…
in Catalan monarca…
in Japanese 君主…
in Indonesian kepala negara monarki…
in Chinese (Simplified) 君王, 国王, 皇帝…
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