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This is despite rogue princes and princesses having been criticised for behaviour such as hosting drug-fuelled parties abroad. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The show may be aimed at your little princess, but I saw lots of mums and dads in the audience belting out songs too. The Sun (2016)We will take care of your little princesses. The Sun (2009)Another spell cast by the fiend has left his princess daughter in the guise of a horse. The Sun (2006)We were incognito and no one recognised the princesses. The Sun (2015)She has huge green eyes and her tiny frame sports a girly princess dress. The Sun (2013)Now she is the princess no one can make laugh. Times, Sunday Times (2007)She got to dress up in a princess dress and look amazing. The Sun (2011)Enter an imaginary kingdom as a prince or princess. Times, Sunday Times (2014)She was my beautiful little princess. The Sun (2009)The princesses are the ones who think outside of the box, outside of society. Times, Sunday Times (2015)You don't have to be a prince or princess to do the same. Christianity Today (2000)The film also hammers the myth that one of the princesses escaped and fled to America. Times, Sunday Times (2014)I have a lot of love to give and would treat a woman like a princess. The Sun (2009)Is your little princess safe in her car seat? The Sun (2015)Hang out the bunting, dress the table and serve up some dishes fit for a little prince or princess. The Sun (2013)A father who had a harsh dad himself may come down hard on a son while treating a daughter like a princess. The Sun (2011)THEY were supposed to be fitting tributes to a royal princess beloved by our nation - and the world. The Sun (2014)My daughter is my princess and my world so I have no idea where they got my address from. The Sun (2014)He used to call his wife 'my spoiled princess '. Times, Sunday Times (2015)The crowning moment of any royal seduction, when the princess became a woman like any other, subject to him and his skill. SOMEDAY MY PRINCE (1999)A royal must work for shared goals, a princess's daughter has to do her bit for the people. Times, Sunday Times (2007)
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Translations for 'princess'
British English: princess /prɪnˈsɛs/ NOUN
A princess is a female member of a royal family, usually the daughter of a king or queen or the wife of a prince.
The princess topped the guest list.
- American English: princess
- Arabic: أَمِيرَة
- Brazilian Portuguese: princesa
- Chinese: 公主
- Croatian: princeza
- Czech: princezna
- Danish: prinsesse
- Dutch: prinses
- European Spanish: princesa
- Finnish: prinsessa
- French: princesse
- German: Prinzessin
- Greek: πριγκίπισσα
- Italian: principessa
- Japanese: 王女
- Korean: 공주
- Norwegian: prinsesse
- Polish: księżniczka
- European Portuguese: princesa
- Romanian: prințesă
- Russian: принцесса
- Spanish: princesa
- Swedish: prinsessa
- Thai: เจ้าหญิง
- Turkish: prenses
- Ukrainian: принцеса
- Vietnamese: công chúa
Definition of princess from the Collins English Dictionary
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