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crown

noun /kraun/
a circular, often jewelled, head-dress, especially one worn as a mark of royalty or honour the queen’s crown. (with capital) the king or queen or governing power in a monarchy revenue belonging to the Crown. the top eg of a head, hat, hill etc
coronilla (cabeza); cima, cumbre
We reached the crown of the hill.
(an artificial replacement for) the part of a tooth which can be seen
corona, funda
a dental crown.
crown prince noun the heir to the throne
príncipe heredero
Rudolf, Crown Prince of Austria.
crown princess noun the wife of a crown prince.
princesa consorte
the female heir to the throne.
princesa heredera
(Definition of crown from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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