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principality
American English: /ˌprɪnsəˈpælədi/
British English: /ˌprɪnsɪˈpalɪti/

Translation of principality in Spanish:

noun plural -ties

  • Example sentences
    • Perched on a rock, the palace overlooks the principality that Rainier ruled for 56 years.
    • Except for a brief period of French rule under Napoleon, the principality has been independent since 1912.
    • National Day, 19 November, celebrates Monaco's independence as a principality.

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