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doge
American English: /doʊdʒ/
British English: /dəʊdʒ/

Translation of doge in Spanish:

noun

  • (History)
    Example sentences
    • If the ruler's ‘will’ could be voted down by his advisers, the regal power would be no more than that of the doge of Venice.
    • In 840 a treaty between Charlemagne's grandson Lothair and the doge of Venice, protected Venice's neutrality and guaranteed its security from the mainland.
    • The doge, senate, and government of Venice were then excommunicated and the entire Republic placed under interdict.

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