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knighthood
American English: /ˈnaɪtˌhʊd/
British English: /ˈnʌɪthʊd/

Translation of knighthood in Spanish:

noun

  • 1.1 (title)
    título (masculine) de sir
    to receive a knighthood
    recibir el título de sir
    Example sentences
    • Unlike the hereditary peerages of old, knighthoods are not bestowed according to birth or social status.
    • Honours, such as knighthoods, peerages, and other decorations, are awarded on his recommendation.
    • Prince's Trust chief executive Tom Shebbeare received a knighthood in the Queen's personal honours list.
    1.2 (History)
    ser armado caballero

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