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reign

noun
 
 
/reɪn/
KING/QUEEN [C] a period of time when a king or queen rules a country
hükümdarlık dönemi, saltanat süresi
the reign of Henry VIIIRuling and governing
IMPORTANT JOB [no plural] a period of time when someone controls a sports team, an organization, etc
görev süresi; bir takımı/teşkilatı yönetme süresi
Christie's reign as captain of the British athletics teamSpecific periods of time
Translations of “reign”
in Arabic فَتْرة حُكْم…
in Korean 통치 기간…
in Malaysian pemerintahan…
in French règne…
in Italian regno…
in Chinese (Traditional) 為王,為君, 當政, 統治…
in Russian царствование, период управления, главенства…
in Polish panowanie, rządy…
in Vietnamese triều đại…
in Spanish reinado…
in Portuguese reinado…
in Thai รัชสมัย…
in German die Regierungszeit…
in Catalan regnat…
in Japanese 在位期間, 治世…
in Indonesian masa pemerintahan…
in Chinese (Simplified) 为王,为君, 当政, 统治…
(Definition of reign noun from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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