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Crown in English
appoint as king, appoint as queen; honor headdress worn by royalty; decorative headdress; wreath worn on the head; top part of the head; summit, highest point; epitome; part of the tooth above the gum; artificial cap for the tooth (Dentistry); former British coin

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Crown in Greek
στεφανώνω, στέφω, αποκορυφώνω διάδημα, κορυφή, κορώνα νόμισμα, στεφάνι, στέμμα

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Crown in Chinese (s)
加冕; 表彰; 顶上有 王冠, 顶点, 王权

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Crown in Chinese (t)
加冕; 表彰; 頂上有 王冠, 頂點, 王權

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Crown in Arabic
توج, كلل, نجز على نحو ناجح, ضرب على الرأس تاج, ذروة, جمجمة, إكليل, هامة, قمة

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Crown in Spanish
coronar; culminar, llegar al clímax corona, copa; decoración para la cabeza; corona de flores usada sobre la cabeza; ápice, punto más alto; epítome; parte de lo diente situada encima de la encía; cápsula artificial para los dientes (Odontología); antigua moneda británica

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Crown in Russian
венчать, короновать; вознаграждать, увенчать; завершать, заканчивать; возглавлять, провести в дамки; поставить коронку корона, венец, государство, королевская власть, престол, король, королева; крона, верхушка дерева; макушка, темя, голова; гребень, венок; коронка; формат бумаги

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Crown in Dutch
kronen koninklijke kroon; decoratief hoofddeksel; hoofdkrans; bovenste gedeelte van hoofd; top, hoogtepunt; personificatie; gedeelte van de tand boven het tandvlees; kunstmatige kroon op tand of kies; vroeger Engels muntstuk

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Crown in Portuguese
coroar coroa; cabeça, nuca; grinalda; cume; epítome; parte do dente sob a gengiva; coroa (Odontologia); antiga moeda britânica

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Crown in Turkish
taç giydirmek; ödüllendirmek; kaplamak, süslemek; kafasına vurmak; dama yapmak; doruğa ulaştırmak taç, çelenk; hükümdarlık, taht, tepe; zirve, beş şilin

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Crown in Italian
incoronare; (Dent) mettere una corona a; (Strad) colmare corona; ghirlanda, (poet) serto; (fig) coronamento, compimento; cocuzzolo; testa, (pop) zucca; cima, vetta, sommità; corolla; (Ornit) cresta; capsula; (Strad) colmo

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Crown in French
couronner couronne cercle de métal déposé sur la tête comme signe de royauté, souveraineté; diadème; coiffe ou parure décorative (porté sur la tête); tête, sommet; cime; apogée; crête; partie de la dent qui sort de la gencive; capsule métallique dont on entoure une dent plombée pour la consolider (ou y déposer un bridge); ancienne pièce de monnaie de l'Angleterre

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Crown in German
krönen Krone; Haupt, Gipfel; oberer Teil des Kopfes; Spitze, höchster Punkt; Epitom; Teil des Zahnes; künstliche Zahnbedeckung (Zahnmedizin); ehemalige britische Münze

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Crown in Japanese
王冠を授ける; 王位につかせる; 栄誉を与える; 報いる 王冠; 冠; 花輪; 頭頂; 頂上, てっぺん; 縮図; 歯冠; 義歯(歯学); クラウン硬貨, 旧英国硬貨

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Crown in Hebrew
להכתיר, להמליך, להפוך למלך או למלכה; לכבד כתר, כתר מלכות; כיסוי ראש מקושט; זר (על הראש); חלק העליון של הראש; שיא, פסגה; תמצית, עיקר; (ברפואת שיניים) כתר, ציפוי לשן; כותרת השן, חלק השן שמעל החניכיים; מטבע בריטי לשעבר

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Crown in Korean
왕관을 씌워서 왕으로 임명하다; 공식적으로 인정하다; 머리장식이나 화관을 씌우다; 영예를 주다 왕관, 왕족의 머리장식; 머리장식, 화관; 머리 정수리; 정상, 꼭대기; 영관, 승리자에게 씌우는 관; 머리 꼭대기; 정상, 꼭대기; 개요, 발췌; 치관, 잇몸에 있는 이빨의 일부; 이빨의 인공적인 마개; 옛 영국 동전

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Crown in Swedish
kröna krona; hjässa, topp

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Crown in English
Crown In the Qabbalah, the first or highest Sephirah, Kether (Crown). In the Stanzas of Dzyan, "Fohat traces spiral lines to unite the sixth to the seventh -- the Crown" (SD 1:31), which means that fohat, in this case working as Eros or divine love, strives to blend atman with buddhi, and the same on the corresponding cosmic planes.
Crown also signifies the summit of attainment in initiation, spiritual sovereignty, or dignity or splendor, and is much used in those senses in both the Old and New Testaments, and was typically so employed in pagan initiatory rites.
The kings and pontiffs of modern times are the feeble imitators of former king-initiates, whose insignia comprised the crown, representative of the glory or buddhic splendor, which actually encircled the head of the initiate as a nimbus, as it does in the case of the yogi in samadhi and of the buddha. The ceremony of coronation was performed in the Mysteries as the outward symbol of the completion of this attainment; and that ceremony is still perpetuated. The later Roman emperors adopted the Eastern royal fillet, which they called by the Greek name diadema; the Papal tiara goes back through it to the Persian royal headdress of that name. The American Indian wears feathers imitating the rays of light from the head.


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to hit on the head:"Can you see a lump on my head? I've just crowned myself getting up"

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crown
\crown\ (kr?n), p. p. of crow. [obs.]
crown
\crown\ (kroun), n. [oe. corone, coroun, crune, croun, of. corone, corune, f. couronne, fr. l. corona crown, wreath; akin to gr. korw`nh anything curved, crown; cf. also l. curvus curved, e. curve, curb, gael. cruinn round, w. crwn. cf. cornice, corona, coroner, coronet.]
1. a wreath or garland, or any ornamental fillet encircling the head, especially as a reward of victory or mark of honorable distinction; hence, anything given on account of, or obtained by, faithful or successful effort; a reward. "an olive branch and laurel crown." they do it to obtain a corruptible crown; but we an incorruptible. ix. 25. be thou faithful unto death, and i will give thee a crown of life. ii. 10.
2. a royal headdress or cap of sovereignty, worn by emperors, kings, princes, etc.
note: nobles wear coronets; the triple crown of the pope is usually called a tiara. the crown of england is a circle of gold with crosses, fleurs-de-lis, and imperial arches, inclosing a crimson velvet cap, and ornamented with thousands of diamonds and precious stones.
3. the person entitled to wear a regal or imperial crown; the sovereign; -- with the definite article. parliament may be dissolved by the demise of the crown. large arrears of pay were due to the civil and military servants of the crown.
4. imperial or regal power or dominion; sovereignty. there is a power behind the crown greater than the crown itself.
5. anything which imparts beauty, splendor, honor, dignity, or finish. the hoary head is a crown of glory, if it be found in the way of righteousness. xvi. 31. a virtuous woman is a crown to her husband. xvi. 4.
6. highest state; acme; consummation; perfection. mutual love, the crown of all our bliss.
7. the topmost part of anything; the summit. the steepy crown of the bare mountains.
8. the topmost part of the head (see illust. of bird.); that part of the head from which the hair descends toward the sides and back; also, the head or brain. from toe to crown he'll fill our skin with pinches. twenty things which i set down: this done, i twenty more-had in my crown.
9. the part of a hat above the brim.
10. (anat.) the part of a tooth which projects above the gum; also, the top or grinding surface of a tooth.
11. (arch.) the vertex or top of an arch; -- applied generally to about one third of the curve, but in a pointed arch to the apex only.
12. (bot.) same as corona.
13. (naut.) (a) that part of an anchor where the arms are joined to the shank. (b) the rounding, or rounded part, of the deck from a level line. (c) pl. the bights formed by the several turns of a cable.
14. the upper range of facets in a rose diamond.
15. the dome of a furnace.
16. (geom.) the area inclosed between two concentric perimeters.
17. (eccl.) a round spot shaved clean on the top of the head, as a mark of the clerical state; the tonsure.
18. a size of writing paper. see under paper.
19. a coin stamped with the image of a crown; hence,a denomination of money; as, the english crown, a silver coin of the value of five shillings sterling, or a little more than $1.20; the danish or norwegian crown, a money of account, etc., worth nearly twenty-seven cents.
20. an ornaments or decoration representing a crown; as, the paper is stamped with a crown.
crown
of aberration (astron.), a spurious circle around the true circle of the sun.
crown
antler (zo?l.), the topmost branch or tine of an antler; also, an antler having a cuplike top, with tines springing from the rim.
crown
bar, one of

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This ornament, which is both ancient and universal, probably originated from the fillets used to prevent the hair from being dishevelled by the wind. Such fillets are still common; they gradually developed into turbans, which by the addition of ornamental or precious materials assumed the dignity of mitres or crowns. Both the ordinary priests and the high priest wore them. The crown was a symbol of royalty, and was worn by kings, (2 Chronicles 23:11) and also by queens. (Esther 2:17) The head-dress of bridegrooms, (Ezekiel 24:17; Isaiah 61:10) Bar. 5:2, and of women, (Isaiah 3:20) a head-dress of great splendor, (Isaiah 28:5) a wreath of flowers, (Proverbs 1:9; 4:9) denote crowns. In general we must attach to it the notion of a costly turban irradiated with pearls and gems of priceless value, which often form aigrettes for feathers, as in the crowns of modern Asiatics sovereigns. Such was probably the crown which weighed (or rather "was worth") a talent, mentioned in (2 Samuel 12:30) taken by David from the king of Ammon at Rabbah, and used as the state crown of Judah. (2 Samuel 12:30) In (Revelation 12:3; 19:12) allusion is made to "many crowns" worn in token of extended dominion. The laurel, pine or parsley crowns given to victors int he great games of Greece are finely alluded to by St. Paul. (1 Corinthians 9:25; 2 Timothy 2:5) etc.
  

Copyright: Smith's Bible Dictionary (1884) , by William Smith. About Dictionary source: Smith's Bible Dictionary
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The word refers specifically to the British Monarch, where she is the head of state of Commonwealth countries. - (read more on Crown)
  

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(1) Her Majesty the Queen in her role as head of state, represented in Canada by the Governor General. (2) The executive branch of government, the Queen acting through Her agents (the members of the Cabinet).

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n. mIv'a'

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Crown may refer to:
  • Crown, the top or hinge of a bell (instrument)
  • Crown (anatomy), a part of the head
  • Crown, the topmost part of a Hat#Parts of a hat
  • Crown (botany), the totality of the plant's aboveground parts, including stems, leaves, and reproductive structures
  • Crown (heraldry), ceremonial headgear, often used in a symbolic way only
  • HMS Crown, the name of various Royal Navy ships

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State: KENTUCKY
City: CROWN

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Origin
From Shakespeare's Henry IV. Part II.

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corona

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Noun
1. the Crown (or the reigning monarch) as the symbol of the power and authority of a monarchy; "the colonies revolted against the Crown"
(hypernym) symbol
(hyponym) British Crown
(derivation) coronate
Noun
1. the enamel covered part of a tooth above the gum
(hypernym) top
(hyponym) jacket crown, jacket
(part-holonym) tooth
(part-meronym) enamel, tooth enamel
2. a wreath or garland worn on the head to signify victory
(hypernym) wreath, garland, coronal, chaplet, lei
(hyponym) crown of thorns
3. an ornamental jewelled headdress signifying sovereignty
(synonym) diadem
(hypernym) jewelled headdress
(hyponym) coronet
(derivation) coronate
4. the part of a hat (the vertex) covering the crown of the head
(hypernym) vertex, peak, apex, acme
(part-holonym) hat, chapeau, lid
5. an English coin worth 5 shillings
(hypernym) coin
6. the upper branches and leaves of a tree
(synonym) capitulum, treetop
(hypernym) top
(part-holonym) tree
7. the top point of a mountain or hill; "the view from the peak was magnificent"; "they clambered to the summit of Monadnock"
(synonym) peak, crest, top, tip, summit
(hypernym) topographic point, place, spot
(hyponym) hilltop, brow
8. the award given to the champion
(synonym) pennant
(hypernym) award, accolade, honor, honour, laurels
9. the top of the head
(synonym) pate, poll
(hypernym) top, top side, upper side, upside
(hyponym) tonsure
(part-holonym) human head
10. the center of a cambered road
(synonym) crest
(hypernym) top, top side, upper side, upside
(part-holonym) road, route
Verb
1. invest with regal power; enthrone; "The prince was crowned in Westminster Abbey"
(synonym) coronate
(hypernym) invest, vest, enthrone
(derivation) diadem
2. be the culminating event; "The speech crowned the meeting"
(synonym) top
(hypernym) culminate, climax
3. form the topmost part of; "A weather vane crowns the building"
(hypernym) head
4. put an enamel cover on; "crown my teeth"
(hypernym) cover


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To dream of a crown, prognosticates change of mode in the habit of one's life. The dreamer will travel a long distance from home and form new relations. Fatal illness may also be the sad omen of this dream. To dream that you wear a crown, signifies loss of personal property. To dream of crowning a person, denotes your own worthiness. To dream of talking with the President of the United States, denotes that you are interested in affairs of state, and sometimes show a great longing to be a politician.
  

Copyright: Ten Thousand Dreams Interpreted, or "What's in a dream": a scientific and practical exposition; By Gustavus Hindman, 1910. For the open domain e-text see: Guttenberg Project Dictionary source: Dream Dictionary
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a crown: coróin

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Caran = n. crown of the head Coron = n. a crown, a diadem Coroni = v. to crown Coryn = n. crown of the head

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Crown of Scotland Private Stock, Blended Scotch Whisky

By: Littlemill Blenders Ltd. (Alexandria, Dunbartonshire, Scotland) M D Golden Crown, Blended Scotch Whisky
By: Melrose-Drover Ltd. (Leith, Scotland) Scottish Crown, Blended Scotch Whisky

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a crown
   crown; crowned
   bird; sparrow; crown; desert
   rising early; crown
  

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1. the top of a piston. 2. the crown block or top of a derrick or mast.

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(n.)
A coin stamped with the image of a crown; hence,a denomination of money; as, the English crown, a silver coin of the value of five shillings sterling, or a little more than $1.20; the Danish or Norwegian crown, a money of account, etc., worth nearly twenty-seven cents.
   (n.)
A round spot shaved clean on the top of the head, as a mark of the clerical state; the tonsure.
   (n.)
A royal headdress or cap of sovereignty, worn by emperors, kings, princes, etc.
   (n.)
A size of writing paper. See under Paper.
   (n.)
A wreath or garland, or any ornamental fillet encircling the head, especially as a reward of victory or mark of honorable distinction; hence, anything given on account of, or obtained by, faithful or successful effort; a reward.
   (n.)
An ornaments or decoration representing a crown; as, the paper is stamped with a crown.
   (n.)
Anything which imparts beauty, splendor, honor, dignity, or finish.
   (n.)
Highest state; acme; consummation; perfection.
   (n.)
Imperial or regal power or dominion; sovereignty.
   (n.)
Same as Corona.
   (n.)
That part of an anchor where the arms are joined to the shank.
   (n.)
The area inclosed between two concentric perimeters.
   (n.)
The bights formed by the several turns of a cable.
   (n.)
The dome of a furnace.
   (n.)
The part of a hat above the brim.
   (n.)
The part of a tooth which projects above the gum; also, the top or grinding surface of a tooth.
   (n.)
The person entitled to wear a regal or imperial crown; the sovereign; -- with the definite article.
   (n.)
The rounding, or rounded part, of the deck from a level line.
   (n.)
The topmost part of anything; the summit.
   (n.)
The topmost part of the head (see Illust. of Bird.); that part of the head from which the hair descends toward the sides and back; also, the head or brain.
   (n.)
The upper range of facets in a rose diamond.
   (n.)
The vertex or top of an arch; -- applied generally to about one third of the curve, but in a pointed arch to the apex only.
   (n.)
To bestow something upon as a mark of honor, dignity, or recompense; to adorn; to dignify.
   (n.)
To cause to round upward; to make anything higher at the middle than at the edges, as the face of a machine pulley.
   (n.)
To cover, decorate, or invest with a crown; hence, to invest with royal dignity and power.
   (n.)
To effect a lodgment upon, as upon the crest of the glacis, or the summit of the breach.
   (n.)
To form the topmost or finishing part of; to complete; to consummate; to perfect.
  
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p. p. of Crow.
  

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testicles

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The diadem or circlet worn by the king or monarch to signify their status, the Crown came to be imbued with a great deal of symbolic power, though the object itself was apparently worn seldom, mostly in court or for state occasions. Various monarchs during the high middle ages were from time to time forced to pawn their crowns to raise money, some of which were never recovered. Edward III's crown suffered such a fate as he was forced to borrow extensively to support his campaigns in France.
The term can also be used to refer to the person of the king, with an allusion to their power-'the crown'. Within the SCA , the term 'crown' does indeed refer to the person and to the office of the king, both. 

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(1.) Denotes the plate of gold in the front of the high priest's mitre (Ex. 29:6; 39:30). The same Hebrew word so rendered (ne'zer) denotes the diadem worn by Saul in battle (2 Sam. 1:10), and also that which was used at the coronation of Joash (2 Kings 11:12). (2.) The more general name in Hebrew for a crown is 'atarah, meaning a "circlet." This is used of crowns and head ornaments of divers kinds, including royal crowns. Such was the crown taken from the king of Ammon by David (2 Sam. 12:30). The crown worn by the Assyrian kings was a high mitre, sometimes adorned with flowers. There are sculptures also representing the crowns worn by the early Egyptian and Persian kings. Sometimes a diadem surrounded the royal head-dress of two or three fillets. This probably signified that the wearer had dominion over two or three countries. In Rev. 12:3; 13:1, we read of "many crowns," a token of extended dominion. (3.) The ancient Persian crown (Esther 1:11; 2:17; 6:8) was called kether; i.e., "a chaplet," a high cap or tiara. Crowns were worn sometimes to represent honour and power (Ezek. 23:42). They were worn at marriages (Cant. 3:11; Isa. 61:10, "ornaments;" R.V., "a garland"), and at feasts and public festivals. The crown was among the Romans and Greeks a symbol of victory and reward. The crown or wreath worn by the victors in the Olympic games was made of leaves of the wild olive; in the Pythian games, of laurel; in the Nemean games, of parsley; and in the Isthmian games, of the pine. The Romans bestowed the "civic crown" on him who saved the life of a citizen. It was made of the leaves of the oak. In opposition to all these fading crowns the apostles speak of the incorruptible crown, the crown of life (James 1:12; Rev. 2:10) "that fadeth not away" (1 Pet. 5:4, Gr. amarantinos; comp. 1:4). Probably the word "amaranth" was applied to flowers we call "everlasting," the "immortal amaranth." our Lord was crowned with a, in mockery by the Romans (Matt. 27:29). The object of Pilate's guard in doing this was probably to insult, and not specially to inflict pain. There is nothing to show that the shrub thus used was, as has been supposed, the spina Christi, which could have been easily woven into a wreath. It was probably the thorny nabk, which grew abundantly round about Jerusalem, and whose flexible, pliant, and round branches could easily be platted into the form of a crown. (See THORN ¯T0003642, 3.)

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Crown in Greek
(Lex**) κορώνα

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Ουσ. στεφάνι//
στέμμα//
κορώνα (παλιό αγγλ. νόμισμα)//
κορυφή της κεφαλής ,//
κορυφή θόλου//
αποκορύφωμα (μτφ.)
Ρημ. στεφανώνω, στέφω//
ανταμείβω, τιμώ//
ολοκληρώνω με επιτυχία

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Crown in Esperanto
n. (of head) verto, krono


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kroni, krono, florkrono

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Crown in Chinese (s)

[kraJn] vt. 使成王,加冕,居...之顶
to place a crown or wreath on the head of; specifically :to invest with regal dignity and power
inaugurate:president=install:official=crown:king
就职:总统=就职:官员=加冕:国王 (职位及其上任说法)
Sample:The prophet Samuel anointed David with oil, crowning him king of Israel.

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皇冠牌汽车

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[E] crown (n) [P] coroa (f) [C] 王冠

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Crown in Luxembourgish
nf - Kroun (pl. Krounen)

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Crown in Interlingua
n corona; v coronar

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Crown in Arabic

N
مكافأة على انتصار تاج قمة ، ذروة اكليل شئ يشبه الاكليل او التاج cap عد: السلطة الملكية او الامبراطورية =cap: حكومة ملكية دستورية = ملك الكراون : قطعة نقدية فضية بريطانية تساوى خمسة شلنات قطع من الورق
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يتوج يكلل يكافئ ، يضفى عليه شرفا او مجدا ينجز على نحو ناجح او فعال يلبس الضرس تاجا صناعيا يضرب على الرأس

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اسْم : تاج . قمة . ذروة . الرأس أو أعلاه . تاج الضرس وهو جزؤه الأعلى الذي فوق اللثة . إكليل . ملِك . الكراون وهو قطعة نقديّة فضية بريطانيّة
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فِعْل : يتوِّج . يكلِّل . يضفي عليه شرفاً أو مجداً اسْم : غراب . مُخْل . عَتَلَة
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فِعْل : يصيح الديك . يتبجّح وليّ العهد

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تاج تاجٌ كامِلُ الإِحاطَة تاجٌ جَرَسِيّ تاجٌ طَوقِيّ [أسنان]تاجٌ طَوقِيّ التَّاجُ-العَقِب (لقياس طول الجنين) الطُّولُ التَّاجِيُّ العَقِبِيّ نِسْبَةُ التَّاجِ للجَذْر الطُّولُ التَّاجِيُّ المِقْعَدِيّ مِثْقَبٌ مِنْشارِيٌّ للتَّاج تاجٌ خارِجَ السِّنْخ تاجٌ نِصْفُ قَلَنْسُوِيٍّ تاجٌ مَفْتوحُ الوَجْه تاجٌ ذُو وِتاد تاجٌ ذُو وِتاد تاجٌ مُثَبَّتٌ بوَتَدٍ الإِكْليلُ المُتَشَعِّع تَاجٌ ذو دِسَارٍٍ مُنْشَطِرٍ تاجٌ قِشْرِيٌّ جُزْئِيّ تاجٌ ذُو قِطْعَتَين

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تاج

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ألاسم

إِكْلِيل ; تاجُ الضِّرْس

الفعل

تَوَّجَ ; كَلَّلَ


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تاج الترس التاجي، ترس الكورونة

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Crown in Visayan
(Noun) korona

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Crown in Czech
dovršit, koruna, korunka, korunní, korunovat, ověnčit, temeno, vrchol, věnec, věnčit

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Crown in Estonian
kroon

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Crown in Indonesian
mahkota,lambang kekuasaan raja,kerajaan,ubun2,pu sar2,bagian atas topi,bagian gigi yang kelihatan,menobat kan,memahkotai,puncaknya diliputi sesuatu

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memahkotai
my child #03

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menobatkan, tajuk, mahkota ubun-ubun

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mahkota, corona (in efflorescence), crown of the tooth, sweetheart
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Crown in Spanish
v.- coronar | entronizar | elevar | laurears.- corona - (parcial, de clavija, de fundición, de funda, de mezcla, provisional, telescópica o de cono) | cúspide

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Corona, frente de la boca del cañón.


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corona

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corona; coronilla; vértice, punto más alto de un arco Corona Boreal (Corona del Norte) filacteria (tefilin en hebreo) cristal corona, crown glass cúspide de la sabiduría (Agrostemma githago) neguilla, neguillón, candileja, lucérnula (Euphorbia milii) espina de Cristo

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Corona

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corona dentada

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(n.) = corona.
Ex: Undaunted, they have risen again and their leader continues to wear the crown of world's best player with some ease.
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* Crown copyright = derecho de autor de la Corona.
* crown court = juzgado, juzgado de lo penal, audiencia provincial.
* crown jewels = joyas de la corona.
* crown prince = príncipe heredero.
* Posesivo + crown jewels = Posesivo + partes privadas.
(n.) = coronilla.
Ex: There was a small bald spot on the crown of his head, and his chin was covered with a short graying beard.
(n.) = corona.
Ex: This article discusses the economic aspects of the work of libraries and shows that the Slovak Library Network (i.e. 9,118 libraries) cost 364,778,546 Kcs (Czechoslovak crowns) in 1988.
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* crown octavo = octavo marquilla.
* half-crown monthly magazine = revista mensual de media corona.
* quad crown = pliego de papel de 102 x 76 cm.
* quad double crown = pliego de papel de 152 x 102 cm.
(v.) = nombrar rey, coronar.
Ex: Duc was dethroned three days after he was crowned, he was then jailed and died seven days later of starvation.
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* crown + Nombre + champion = coronar campeón.
* crown with = coronar con, agasajar de.
* to crown it all (off) = para colmo, para colmo de males, para más inri, para mayor inri, para remate, para rematarlo.


Dictionary source: English Spanish Dictionary (Granada University, Spain), 7.7
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corona

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Crown in Russian
№_1.: [n.]
1)
корона, венец
the Crown
_.а) король, королева
_.б) королевская власть, престол
2) венок (из цветов)
3) the ~ of one's labors завершение трудов
the ~ of the year конец года
4) макушка (головы), голова
5) крона, верхушка (дерева)
6) тулья (шляпы)
7) коронка (зуба)
8) [ист.] крона (английская монета = 5 шиллингам)
9) (attr.) коронный №_2.: [v.]
1)
короновать, венчать
2) вознаграждать
3) завершать, заканчивать, увенчивать
4) поставить коронку (на зуб)

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(n) власть монарха; корона; крона

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Конец - делу венец
Конец - делу венец


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свод, увенчивать, корона, короновать, коронный, крона

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Свод m свод печи m

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корона

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1. n. 1. венец, корона 2. (Crown) корона, престол; королевская власть; король; королева; to succeed to the crown - наследовать престол 3. (Crown) государство; верховная власть (в Англии) 4. венок (цветов) 5. венец, завершение 6. крона, верхушка дерева 7. макушка, темя; голова 8. тулья (шляпы) 9. коронка (зуба) 10. крона (монета достоинством в 5 шиллингов) 11. формат бумаги (ам. 15 д. crown 19 д. писчей; англ. 16 1/2 д. crown 21 д. печатной, 15 д. crown 19 д. чертежной) 12. архит. шелыга арки/свода 13. мор. пятка якоря 14. тех. коронка, венец 2. v. 1. венчать; короновать (with) The Queen was crowned with a crown formerly worn by an ancient king. 2. вознаграждать 3. возглавлять 4. завершать, увенчивать; заканчивать 5. провести в дамки (шашку) 6. поставить коронку (на зуб) (with) His teeth had to be crowned with special cement.; the end crowns the work - посл. конец венчает дело

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Crown in Dutch
bekronen, kronen

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Crown in Portuguese
monarca, chefe de estado, copa (de chapéu)
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Cabeça de pistão forjada com saia de aço integrada Cabeça de pistão Cabeça de pistão com saia de aço integrada

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coroa

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[aeronáutica] topo do velame de pára-quedas
v. coroar; encimar; completar; rematar; terminar [arquitetura] s. vértice, m.
v. coroar; encimar; completar; rematar; terminar [matemática] s. vértice, m. [náutica] s. cruzeta da âncora, f. [odontologia] coroa

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Crown in Turkish
taç

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taç; çiçeklerden yapilmis taç; krallik, kraliyet iktidari; tepe, üst kisim; 25 peni degerinde madeni para; sampiyonluk; mükemmellik, kusursuzluk, taç giydirmek; bir seyin tepesini, üsütünü kaplamak; tamamlamak, tamam etmek; kafasina vurmak; (dis) kaplamak

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i. 1. taç. 2. hükümdarlık. 3. hükümdar. 4. tepe, baş. 5. kron (para birimi). 6. diştacı. 7. dişçi. kuron. f. 1. taç giydirmek. 2. tamamlamak. 3. tepesini süslemek, taçlandırmak. 4. (dama oyununda) dama yapmak. 5. (dişe) kuron takmak. 6. k. dili kafasına vurmak.

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1. Dişin gözle görünen kısmı; 2. Diş kronu veya kapağı.

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TAÇ

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i. 1. taç. 2. hükümdarlık. 3. hükümdar. 4. tepe, baş. 5. kron (para birimi). 6. diştacı. 7. dişçi. kuron. f. 1. taç giydirmek. 2. tamamlamak.

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taç,v.taç giydir:n.taç

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Crown in Thai
vt. เคราน (En.)
1. สวมมงกุฎให้, ราชาภิเษก : They crowned him king.
2. ลงท้าย, เป็นผลรางวัล : Our efforts were crowned with success.
1. (grammar) สังเกต คำนี้มี preposition เฉพาะ: crown with=ให้รางวัล…ด้วย (ศัพท์ช่าง)
1. สปริงอัดฝาปั้ม
2. สปริงลูกปั๊มเบรค (ศัพท์ช่าง)
1. พื้นศรีษะตอนบนหรือหัวลูกสูบ

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(เคราน์) n. มงกุฎ,มาลัย,มาลัยสวมศีรษะ,เครื่องประดับสำหรับศีรษะ,เกียรติยศจากผลงานที่ดีเด่น,-Phr. (the Crown ผู้มีอำนาจสูงสุด),รัฐาธิปัตย์,เหรียญเงินตราที่มีรูปมงกุฎ,กษัตริย์,เหรียญเงินของอังกฤษสมัยก่อนที่เท่ากับ ๕ ชิลลิงส์,ส่วนที่โผล่ขึ้นมา,สิ่งประดับบนยอด

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มาลัยสวมศรีษะ,มงกุฎ,เหรียญคเราน,ศีรษะ,หมุดไขลานนาฬิกา,ยอด,ส่วนของฟันที่พ้นเหงือกออกมา,ขนาดกระดาษคเราน

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Crown in Vietnamese
Vương miện, triều thiên, vương quyền, vòng hoa, vòng lá, v.v., đỉnh, ngọn, đỉnh đầu, chóp mũ

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[kraun]

◊ danh từ

▪ mũ miện; vua, ngôi vua

◦ to wear the crown : làm vua

◦ to come to the crown : lên ngôi vua

▪ vòng hoa, vòng lá (đội trên đầu); (nghĩa bóng) phần thưởng

◦ the crown of victory : vòng hoa chiến thắng

▪ đỉnh, ngọn, chóp, chỏm (núi, cây, mũ...)

▪ đỉnh đầu; đầu

◦ from crown to toe : từ đầu đến chân

▪ đỉnh cao nhất, sự tột cùng (của hạnh phúc...)

▪ đồng curon (tiền Anh, bằng 5 silinh)

▪ thân răng

▪ khổ giấy 15 x 20

▫ Crown prince

▪ thái tử

▫ no cross no crown

▪ (tục ngữ) có khổ rồi mới có sướng; có gian khổ mới có vinh quang

◊ ngoại động từ

▪ đội mũ miện; tôn lên làm vua

◦ to be crowned [king] : được tôn lên làm vua

▪ thưởng, ban thưởng, tặng thưởng; mang vinh dự cho

◦ to be crowned with victory : chiến thắng huy hoàng

◦ to be crowned with success : thành công rực rỡ

◦ to be crowned with glory : được hưởng vinh quang

▪ đặt lên đỉnh, bao quanh ở đỉnh

◦ the hill is crowned with a wood : đồi có một cánh rừng bao quanh ở đỉnh

▪ làm cho hoàn hảo

▪ bịt (răng, bằng vàng, bạc...)

▪ (từ Mỹ,nghĩa Mỹ), (thông tục) giáng cho một cú vào đầu (ai)

▪ (đánh cờ) nâng (một quân cờ đam) len thành con đam

▫ to crown all

▪ lại thêm nữa là, cuối cùng lại thêm

▫ to crown one's misfortunes

▪ lại khổ thêm nữa là, cuối cùng lại khổ nữa là

▫ crowned heads

▪ bọn vua chúa



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Crown in Italian
diamante (ancora)cielo (caldaia)

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diamante dell'ancora

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corona

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corona

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Crown in Romanian
coroana;a incorona

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procesul penal al lui Smith I. 1. coroana; (fig.) coroana, sceptru, autoritate regala
2. coroana, cununa (de lauri etc.)
3. crestet (al capului)
4. calota, fund (de palarie)
5. coroana (dentara sau a dintelui)
6. coroana, moneda cinci silingi
7. creasta, culme, virf
8. punct culminant, apogeu; incununare
9. coroana (nod)
II. 1. a incorona (ca rege sau regina)
2. a incununa, a pune o cununa pe (crestet etc.)
3. a incununa (eforturi etc.); a incheia, a sfirsi
4. (d. o padure etc.) a inconjura (un virf de munte etc.)

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(cstr) coronament, cheie de boltă, coamă, creastă, culme, vârf, creştet; (mat) vârf; (petr) coroană // (mas-un) a strunji sferic
  

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coroana; incoronare; rasplata; (moneda de) cinci silingi; varf

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vîrful palariei; a încorona; cinste; coroana; coroana (dentara; coroana (moneda de cinci silingi); crestet; cununa; faima; putere regala; regalitate; reputatie

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Crown in Catalan
s corona | ANAT coroneta | cim, cimera | copa (barret)
| capçada (arbres)
v coronar

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Crown in Polish
Koniec więczy dzieło.
Sim. The end tries all / The evening crowns the day.

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korona; monarchia

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ukoronowaćkorona; szczyt

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Crown in French
cime

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crown1 [kraLn] n
(a)couronne f (de fleurs, d'or);
the martyr's crown, la couronne du martyre;
the crown of thorns, la couronne d'épines;
(b)the crown or crown, la Couronne (symbole de l'État monarchique);
crown lands or estates, terres domaniales ou appartenant à la Couronne;
crown prince, prince héritier;
the crown jewels, les joyaux mpl de la Couronne;
(c)Fig couronnement m (de la vie); comble m (des bonheurs, des malheurs);
(d)(of tooth, natural and artificial) couronne f;
(e)Arch couronne f (de cinq shillings);
Br half a crown, une demi-couronne;
(f)(highest part) clef f (d'une voûte); bombement m (d'un pont, d'une chaussée); cime f (d'un arbre); crête f (de colline); faîte m (de toit); diamant m (d'ancre); voûte f (de fourneau);
Aut to drive on the crown of the road, conduire sur l'axe de la route;
(g)(of hat) fond m.
crown2
1vt
(a)couronner (quelqu'un, la tête de quelqu'un,) (with, de);
to crown someone king, couronner quelqu'un, roi;
they crowned her head with a garland of flowers, ils lui ont couronné la tête d'une guirlande de fleurs;
(b)Fig combler, couronner (le bonheur etc de quelqu'un,); récompenser (les efforts de quelqu'un,);
Br F to crown it all, pour comble de malheur;
(c)(be at summit of) couronner;
the woods that crown the hill, les bois qui couronnent la colline;
(d)(in dentistry) couronner (une dent etc);
(e)(in roadbuilding) bomber (une route);
(f)(at draughts) to be crowned, aller à dame.
2vi (of road etc) bomber.

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couronner, couronne

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Crown in Bulgarian
теме; увенчавам; венче; венец; владичество; възгласявам; гребен; коронясвам; коронка; корона; крона;

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[kraun] n 1. корона; царска/кралска/императорска власт; to come{2} [kraun] v 1. коронясвам; to ~ s.o. king коронясвам някого з

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[kraun] n 1. корона; царска/кралска/императорска власт; to come to the ~, to take the ~ идвам/качвам се на престола; speech for the ~ реч на прокурора; 2. венец, венче; 3. коронка (на зьб); 4. бот. корона (на дьрво); коронка (на цвете); 5. теме; прен. глава; from ~ to foot от глава(та) до пети(те); 6. ист. крона (англ. монета от пет шилинга); 7. дъно (на шапка); 8. връх (и прен.); прен. венец, корона; поет. апогей; 9. гребен (на птица); 10. = crown-glass; 11. формат на хартия - англ. 16.5 на 21 инча (за печат) и 15 на 19 инча (за чертане), aм. 15 на 19 инча (за писане); 12. най-изпъкнала/висока част (на свод и пр.); 13. венец (на колело); 14. мор. пета (на котва); 15. бот. ризом; the ~ of the year есента. [kraun] v 1. коронясвам; to ~ s.o. king коронясвам някого за цар/крал; 2. прен. увенчавам; украсявам; the end ~s the work краят увенчава делото; 3. издигам се/стоя на върха на; 4. завършвам; върховен момент съм на; to ~ (it) all като връх на всичко, ирон. на всичко отгоре; that ~s all! само това липсваше! 5. поставям коронка (на зьб); 6. sl. удрям по главата.

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Crown in Croatian
vladar

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krunski , krunidben , okrunjivati , kruniti (n) kruna , svod (v) okruniti , ukrasiti

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krunisati

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Crown in German
Krone

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Gewölbe n

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Crown in Persian
تاج‌، فرق‌ سر، بالاي‌ هرچيزي‌، حد كمال‌، تاج‌ دندان‌، تاج‌گذاري‌ كردن‌، پوشاندن‌(دندان‌ باطلا وغيره‌)

Dictionary source: Salaty English Persian Dictionary (Text )
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Dictionary source: Salaty English Persian Dictionary (Graphics)
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پوشاندن(دندان باطلاوغيره)، بالاي هرچيزي، تاج، تاج گذاري كردن، تاج دندان، حدكمال، فرق سر

Dictionary source: HmT English Persian Dictionary
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تاج ، ستيغ
در عمل، مواد جابجا نشده در يک زمينلغزش که در مجاورت بالاترين بخش پرتگاه (scarp) اصلي لغزش قرار دارند.
(زمين ريخت شناسي): بخش نوک يا مرتفع ترين بخش يک کوه يا يک توده نفوذي آذرين، قله، چکاد.



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تاج

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تحدب ،کوژى ،راس ،ستيغ سره ،ستيغ نيمرخ ،مهره طاق ،فرق سر،بالاى هرچيزى ،حد کمال ،تاج دندان ،تاج گذارى کردن ،پوشاندن(دندان باطلا وغيره)
علوم مهندسى : قله
معمارى : کليد طاق
ورزش : تاج قهرمانى
 کلمات مرتبط(34)  کلمات مرتبط(crown):



بازگشت به واژه crown


counsel for the crown 
crown 1 
 crown 2 
crown colony 
 crown ether 
crown gear 
 crown green bowls 
crown imperial 
 crown knot 
crown land 
 crown law 
crown of arch 
 crown of the caves way 
crown prince 
 crown section 
crown stopper 
 crown top 
crown-colony 
 crown-debt 
crown-glass 
 crown-paper 
crown-saw 
 crown-tree 
crown-wheel 
 downstream profile at crown 
 half crown 
heir to the crown 
law officers of the crown 
 mural crown 
olive crown 
 piston crown 
southern crown 
 the crown of the head 
the crown of the teeth 



Dictionary source: English Persian Dictionary (Hojjat Rabiee)
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تاج‌ ، فرق‌ سر ، بالاي‌ هرچيزي‌ ، حد كمال‌ ، تاج‌ دندان‌ ، تاج‌ گذاري‌ كردن‌ ، پوشاندن‌)دندان‌ باط‌لا وغيره‌ ( بعضي‌ از كلني‌ هاي‌ ممالك‌ مشترك‌ المنافع‌ انگليس‌ كه‌مق مقام‌ سلط‌نت‌ بر آنها نظ‌ارت‌ دارد وام‌ بدولت‌ ،ط‌لب‌ دولتي‌ ،بستانكاري‌ دولتي‌ شيشه‌ گردياچرخي‌ گل‌ سرنگون‌ زمين(خالصه‌ قانون‌ جزائي‌ قسمت‌ ميان‌ سنگ‌ فرش‌ كاغذي‌ كه‌ 01/83 سانتيمتردر08/05 سانتيمترباشد وليعهد ، نايب‌ السلط‌نه‌ اره‌ استوانه‌ اي‌ سر بط‌ري‌ پهن‌)چون‌سر بط‌ري‌ابجوي‌( شمع‌ )دركان‌ زغال( چرخي‌ كه‌ دندانه‌ هاي‌ ن‌ نسبت‌ به‌ سط‌ح‌ ن‌ عمودباشد )انگليس‌ ( سكه‌ معادل‌ دو شليلينگ‌ وشش‌ پنس‌ ولي‌ عهد فرق‌ سر قسمت‌ بيروني‌ دندان‌ ،دندان‌ بيروني‌

Dictionary source: Farajbeik English Persian Dictionary (v.2)
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( ù¤‏èّ ٍ¯‘“ ِگ¢÷¢)ِ¢÷‘ھّ• ٹ ِ¢¤î ‎¤گ£ً ڑ‘— ٹ ِگ¢÷¢ ڑ‘— ٹ ٌ‘ُî ¢ں ٹ ‎¥‏‌¤û ‎ٍ‘“ ٹ ¤¨ ë¤ê ٹ ڑ‘—half c.=§÷• ©ھّ ï÷‏َ‏َھ ّ¢ ٌ¢‘مُ ùî¨ ( §‏ًَ÷گ)heir to the c.=¢ْن üَّmural c.=ُù¢گ¢ُِھ¢ ¤ْھ ¤گّ‏¢¥گù¢÷ّ¤ٍ‘“ِ‏—¨،÷ù“ùî ü›‘÷olive c.=ِّ—‏¥ ڑ‘—southern c.=ü“ّ÷› ٌ‏َîگ (.›÷ ) (=corona australis)the c. of the hea=¤¨ ë¤êthe c. of the tee=ü÷ّ¤‏“ ِگ¢÷¢ٹ ِگ¢÷¢ ü÷ّ¤‏“ –ُ¨ى ¢¤گ¢ –¤‘à÷ ‘ْ÷چ ¤“ –÷¯َ¨ ô‘ىُ ىُùî §‏ًَ÷گ âê‘÷َُگ ي¤—ھُ يَ‘ُُ ‎‘û ü÷َî ¥گ ü®م“ ü—َّ¢ ‎¤‘î÷‘—¨“ٹ ü—َّ¢ ’َ¯ٹ –َّ¢“ ôگّ ü،¤‌‘‏¢¤ً ùھ‏ھ ًِّ÷¤¨ ًٌ ù¬َ‘،(÷‏ُ¥ üژگ¥› ِّ÷‘ى ©¤ê ï÷¨ ِ‘‏ُ –ُ¨ى ¢ھ‘“¤—ُ‏—÷‘¨ €ˆ/€…¤¢¤—ُ‏—÷‘¨ €پ/ˆƒ ùî ‎£è‘î ù÷¯َ¨َگ ’‏‘÷ ٹ ¢ْم‏َّ ‎گ ù÷گّ—¨گ ù¤گ (‎ّ›“گ‎¤¯“ ¤¨ِّ‌)ِْ• ‎¤¯“ ¤¨ (َ‘è¥ ِ‘) âُھ ¢ھ‘“¢ُّن ِ ‍¯¨ ù“ –“¨÷ ِ ‎‘û ù÷گ¢÷¢ ùî ü،¤‌ §÷• ©ھّ ï÷‏َ‏َھ ّ¢ ٌ¢‘مُ ùî¨ ( §‏ًَ÷گ) ¢ْن üَّ ¤¨ ë¤ê ü÷ّ¤‏“ ِگ¢÷¢ٹ ِگ¢÷¢ ü÷ّ¤‏“ –ُ¨ى

Dictionary source: Farajbeik English Persian Dictionary (v.1)
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Crown in Hungarian
korona, fejtető, lombkorona, tető

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patiszon

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korona, fejtetõ, lombkorona, tetõ

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megkoronáz,betetéz

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Crown in Hebrew
קמרון, החלק עליון הקמור בחתך המנהרה

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Crown in Serbian
Krunisati-Vladar-Kruna-P.Pr. Od Crow-Venac

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Crown in Albanian
kurorë; kurorëzoj

Dictionary source: English-Albanian Dictionary (ARDi X)
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[kraun] n.,v. -n 1. kurorë mbretërore. 2. the Crown a) pushteti mbretëror; b) mbreti. 3. monark, mbret; mbretëreshë. 4. kurorë. 5. kreu, maja; the crown of the head maja e kokës. 6. kulmi, pika më e lartë. 7. kurorë e dhëmbit; këllëf dhëmbi. 8. koronë (monedhë = 5 shilinga). 9. bot. kurorë e pemës /-v 1. kurorëzoj, i vë kurorën (mbretit etj). 2. nderoj, shpërblej. 3. i rri si kurorë, mbulon. 4. fig. kurorëzoj (përpjekjet). 5. i vë këllëf (dhëmbit). 6. fig. godas në kokë

Crown attorney [kraun ë'të:ni] n. prokuror i mbretit, i shtetit
crown prince [kraun prins] n. princ trashëgimtar

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kurorë

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Crown in Mongolian
n. 1. титэм. 2. орой, зулай. 3. орой (модны). v. 1. титэм ємсгєх, хаан ширээнд залах. 2. оройг бїрхэх/ хучих.

Dictionary source: Temuka's English-Mongolian Dictionary
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титэм, хаан ширээ, шагнах, зулай, дуусгах, гүйцээх, орой /модны/, хаан ширээнд залах,орой (модны)

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Crown in Swedish
hjässa, valvbåge, kronadiamond boring ~; diamantborrkrona

Dictionary source: English-Swedish Geology Dictionary
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kröna, hjässa, krona, hattkulle

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Crown in Urdu
n. sar/taaj

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n.
1. a wreath or garland or any ornament encircling the head مُکٹ- سر پيچ- تاج- سہرا
No cross, no crown. (Prov.) دکھ بنا راج نہيں- تکليف بغير تاج نہيں
Mutual love, the crown of all our bliss. (Milton) آپس کي پريت آنند کا کريٹ
Uneasy lies the head that wears a crown. (Shakespeare) بے چين سر ہے وہ جو پہنے ہے تاج کو
2. sovereign راجا- پادشاہ- شاہ- سلطان
3. royalty راج- پادشاہي- سلطنت-پادشاہت
4. a piece of money stamped with the image of a crown انگريزي اشرفي دس روپے کي- اٹھ ماشي
5. summit چوٹي- پُھلنگ- سرا- راس- ٹيکري
6. (of the head) چاند- چنديا- کھوپري- کپال- کاسہ سر
From the sole of his foot even to the crown of his head there was no blemish in him. (2 Samual xiv. ايڑي سے چوٹي تک اس ميں کوئي عيب نہ تھا
7. (of a hat) ٹوپي کا چندويا
8. tonsure پادري کے سر کي چوٹي اس کے رتبے کي شناخت کے واسطے- گھٹي ہوئي ٹانٹ
v. a.
1. invest with the crown تاج رکھنا، پنھانا، دينا يا بخشنا- راج تلک کرنا
Crown him and say, 'Long live our emperor!' (Shakespeare, 'Titus Andronicus' i. مکٹ پہنا کے سب بولو سري راجا کي جے ہووے
Her who fairest does appear
2. dignify عزت يا توقير دينا- حرمت دينا- رونق دينا- عالي مرتبہ کرنا- ممتاز کرنا- زيبائش کرنا
Thou hast crown him with glory and honour. تو نے اس کو عزت اور آبرو بخشي ہے
3. complete پورا کرنا- انت کو پہنچانا- تمام کرنا- انجام کو پہنچانا- ختم کرنا
The end crowns all. (Prov.) سب کا انت ہے
to crown all 1. القصہ- قصہ مختصر- الحاصل- قصہ کوتاہ
2. طرفہ يہ ہے
crowned cup چھلکتا پيالہ- جام لبريز- مونہا منہ کٹورا- لبالب- ملبب


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Crown in Slovak
krona, vrh, teme; kronati

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Crown in Ukrainian
(v) коронувати (n) корона; крона; маківка; тім'я

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(n) заводна голівка

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