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royalty

noun [no plural]
 
/ˈrɔɪ·əl·ti/
the people in the royal family
reialesa, família reial
Translations of “royalty”
in Korean 왕족…
in Arabic أفْراد العائلَة المالكَة…
in Portuguese realeza…
in Japanese 王族, 皇族…
in Italian i reali…
in Chinese (Traditional) 王室, 王室成員, 皇族成員…
in Russian члены королевской семьи…
in Turkish kraliyet ailesi üyeleri…
in Chinese (Simplified) 王室, 王室成员, 皇族成员…
in Polish rodzina królewska…
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