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royal

adjective /ˈroiəl/
of, concerning etc a king, queen etc the royal family His Royal Highness Prince Charles. magnificent
espléndido, magnífico, suntuoso
a royal feast.
royally adverb
realmente, regiamente
We were treated royally to a five-course dinner.
royalist noun a person who supports a king or queen
monárquico
The republicans fought the royalists.
royalty noun ( plural royalties) a payment made to a writer, recording artist etc for every book, record etc sold
derechos de autor
songwriting royalties.
the state of being royal, or royal people in general
realeza, miembro de la familia real
The commands of royalty must be obeyed.
royal blue adjective, noun (of) a bright, darkish blue
azul marino
a royal-blue dress.
Translations of “royal”
in Arabic مَلَكي…
in Korean 왕실의…
in Malaysian kerabat diraja, sangat hebat…
in French royal…
in Turkish kraliyet, kırallığa ait…
in Italian reale…
in Chinese (Traditional) 國王的, 女王的, 王室的…
in Russian королевский…
in Polish królewski…
in Vietnamese thuộc hoàng gia, nguy nga…
in Portuguese real…
in Thai เกี่ยวกับราชวงศ์, มโหฬาร…
in German königlich…
in Catalan reial…
in Japanese 王家の, 王室の…
in Indonesian kerajaan, mewah…
in Chinese (Simplified) 国王的, 女王的, 王室的…
(Definition of royal from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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