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regal

adjective  /ˈri·ɡəl/ us  
suitable for or in the manner of a king or queen: a regal bearing
Translations of “regal”
in Spanish regio, real…
in French royal…
in German königlich…
in Chinese (Traditional) 帝王的,國王的, 莊嚴的…
in Russian королевский…
in Turkish kral ve kraliçeye özgü/uygun, krallar gibi…
in Chinese (Simplified) 帝王的,国王的, 庄严的…
in Polish królewski…
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