- 1 1.1 (monarca) king la visita oficial de los Reyes de Suecia the official visit of the King and Queen of Sweden los Reyes y sus hijos the royal couple and their children el león, rey de la selva the lion, king of the jungle hablando del rey de Roma … [frase hecha/set phrase] talk of the devil! a rey muerto, rey puesto, ya tiene otro novio, a rey muerto, rey puesto she already has another boyfriend, as soon as one goes out the window another comes in the door o/or as soon as one's off the scene she's on to the next [familiar/colloquial] yo ni quito ni pongo rey it's nothing to do with me o/or I have no say in these things 1.2 (en ajedrez) king; (en naipes) king 1.3 (como apelativo) pet [familiar/colloquial], precious [familiar/colloquial] ven aquí rey mío come here, my pet o/or my precious [familiar/colloquial]
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