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American English: /θroʊn/
British English: /θrəʊn/

Translation of throne in Spanish:


  • to be on/come to o ascend the throne
    ocupar el/subir or ascender al trono
    the Swedish throne
    la corona sueca
    he remains the power behind the throne
    sigue siendo quien detenta realmente el poder
    (before noun) throne room
    salón (masculine) del trono
    Example sentences
    • He was seated on his throne in a ceremonial Osiris-like pose, but his eyes betrayed his curiosity.
    • To the right of St Edward's chair was another chair of state in which the King was to sit during the sermon, and opposite this on the north side of the chancel were the purple thrones of the bishops.
    • The doors led into a large throne room, decorated with marble pillars and stained glass windows.
    Example sentences
    • What everybody forgot was that, with no Empress or heirs to the throne, there was a distinct power void.
    • Just because she had a direct line to the throne and its power, she was dotted over and swarmed with flattery and adoration.
    • But behind the scenes, the powers around the throne understood who they were dealing with.

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