French translation of 'crown'
1. [of monarch] couronne f
2. (= monarch)
the Crown la Couronne
crown of the head sommet m du crâne
The crown of his head is completely bald. Il est complètement chauve sur le sommet du crâne.
4. [of hat] fond m
5. [of hill] sommet m
6. (for tooth) couronne f
1. [monarch] couronner
to crown sb champion couronner qn champion
3. [tooth] couronner
4. (= top) [career, evening] couronner
and to crown it all ... (= to top it all) et pour couronner le tout ...
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Example Sentences Including 'crown'
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And he felt a duty to crown and country.TOLKIEN AND THE GREAT WAR: The Threshold of Middle-earth (2003)
The two other great comedy veterans had crowned their careers with such presentations.Tommy Cooper: Always Leave Them Laughing (2006)
Cut them back to the crown and a fresh canopy of foliage will appear.Times, Sunday Times (2009)
Gold crowns and dentures could then be traded for ready money when one of those whopping utility bills lands on your doormat.Times, Sunday Times (2011)
It has also boosted other areas that are now competing with the Cotswolds to take the country crown.Times, Sunday Times (2013)
It would be a joy to hand him my crown.The Sun (2014)
It would be wonderful to see the supercar crown go back to where it belongs.Times, Sunday Times (2007)
Rotten crowns should also be dug out.Times, Sunday Times (2013)
The calm conditions and a lack of frosts this autumn have also contributed to the full crowns on many trees.Times, Sunday Times (2015)
The newly crowned king walks over dead bodies.Times, Sunday Times (2011)
Who will be crowned top of the chops?The Sun (2015)
His large sheepskin hat still crowned his narrow head.Somewhere East of Life (1994)
And forward thinking from another master of mind games means there is no sign of them meekly handing over their crown.The Sun (2010)
He deserves a crowning domestic victory.Times, Sunday Times (2014)
The young pretender has taken his crown and the king wants it back.Times, Sunday Times (2012)
For an extra festive touch, carve a decorative crown at the top of the fruit.Times, Sunday Times (2012)
And the crown prince has won enormous public support but also ruffled feathers in court circles by speaking out for his wife.Times, Sunday Times (2011)
It brought out his full human qualities and it crowned his career.Times, Sunday Times (2007)
The first warning sign is when the leaves begin to die at the crown of the tree.Times, Sunday Times (2012)
You welcomed him with rich blessings and placed a crown of pure gold on his head.Christianity Today (2000)
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'crown' in Other Languages
British English: crown /kraʊn/ NOUN
A crown is a circular ornament, usually made of gold and jewels, which a king or queen wears on their head at official ceremonies.
- American English: crown
- Arabic: تَاج
- Brazilian Portuguese: coroa
- Chinese: 王冠
- Croatian: kruna
- Czech: koruna
- Danish: krone
- Dutch: kroon
- European Spanish: corona
- Finnish: kruunu
- French: couronne
- German: Krone
- Greek: στέμμα
- Italian: corona
- Japanese: 王冠
- Korean: 왕관
- Norwegian: krone
- Polish: korona
- European Portuguese: coroa
- Romanian: coroană
- Russian: корона
- Spanish: corona
- Swedish: krona
- Thai: มงกุฎ มงกุฎ
- Turkish: taç
- Ukrainian: корона
- Vietnamese: vương miện
British English: crown VERB
When a king or queen is crowned, a crown is placed on their head as part of a ceremony in which they are officially made king or queen.
Two days later, he was crowned king.
Translation of crown from the Collins English to French Dictionary