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The royal palace is now home to the country's first collection of sporting art to be displayed in one place. The Sun (2016)The royal palace is now home to the country's first collection of sporting art to be displayed in one place. The Sun (2016)No mean brick shall be a specimen of the building of my palace. North and South (1855)Afterwards he returned to the palace to make the final preparations for the sitting. Times, Sunday Times (2013)You would be surrounded by historic churches and palaces. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Ten nights of concerts in the courtyards of the palace. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Then it was off to the palace opera house. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Five stars with ten homes and a palace between them live on the streets. The Sun (2009)Move on from the drama of the bustling souks to explore exquisite palaces and mosaic courtyards. Times, Sunday Times (2009)The palace now houses the law courts and also contains the most beautiful church in the city. Times, Sunday Times (2007)The city had monumental palace buildings constructed on a huge artificial stone terrace overshadowed by a fortified hill. EMPIRES OF THE PLAIN: Henry Rawlinson and the Lost Languages of Babylon (2003)Here many of the palaces are still residences and only the inhabitants can bring vehicles within the city wall. Times, Sunday Times (2009)He sat in on meetings with his father and top palace officials during which key policy issues were discussed. BLOOD AGAINST THE SNOWS: The Tragic Story of Nepal's Royal Dynasty (2002)It is still a royal palace. The Global Marketplace (1993)Some suggest it was a mythical king 's palace. Times, Sunday Times (2016)It was the archbishop 's palace that featured in the play. Times, Sunday Times (2006)You could build a palace, or land a plane. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Seldom has a French politician dragged so much colourful personal baggage into the presidential palace. Times, Sunday Times (2008)He is the man who makes Palace tick at the moment. The Sun (2011)The royal palaces are the No1 draw for tourists. The Sun (2009)The women's palace was his home. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Otherwise rival power centres would establish themselves elsewhere within the palace, and family unity would be displaced by faction. BLOOD AGAINST THE SNOWS: The Tragic Story of Nepal's Royal Dynasty (2002)They waited for two days until the streets were quiet and it was safe to return to the archbishop 's palace. THE LOST KING OF FRANCE: Revolution, Revenge and the Search for Louis XVII (2002)A source close to the royal family said the palace made discreet checks on potential guests and ensured that organisers made charitable gifts. Times, Sunday Times (2013)It demanded the quiet of a university college -- or a king 's palace. THE HERBALIST: Nicholas Culpeper Rebel Physician (2004)
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Translations for 'palace'
British English: palace /ˈpælɪs/ NOUN
A palace is a very large splendid house, especially the home of a king, queen, or president.
...the courtyard of the palace.
- American English: palace
- Arabic: قَصْرٌ
- Brazilian Portuguese: palácio
- Chinese: 宫殿
- Croatian: dvorac
- Czech: palác
- Danish: palads
- Dutch: paleis
- European Spanish: palacio
- Finnish: palatsi
- French: palais
- German: Palast
- Greek: παλάτι
- Italian: palazzo
- Japanese: 宮殿
- Korean: 궁전
- Norwegian: slott
- Polish: pałac
- European Portuguese: palácio
- Romanian: palat
- Russian: дворец
- Spanish: palacio
- Swedish: palats
- Thai: พระราชวัง
- Turkish: saray
- Ukrainian: палац
- Vietnamese: cung điện
Definition of palace from the Collins English Dictionary
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