a ruler or chiefIn 1154, Henry II became king of England.
He was an indecisive ruler.
She will never stand down as monarch and we fully support her.
the first British sovereign to set foot on Spanish soil
the leader of the Conservative Party
It was the home of the powerful lords of Baux.
the prince and other royal guests
emperor, , , ,
the coronation of a new emperor
a person, animal, or thing considered as the best or most important of its kind(informal) He's the king of unlicensed boxing.
At the age of twelve, he was already a celebrity.
Not all football stars are ill-behaved louts.
all the big names in rock and pop
leading man or lady, , , , ,
the political opinions of such luminaries as Sartre and de Beauvoir
main attraction, ,
See a king's ransom
I know I have the body of a weak and feeble woman, but I have the heart and stomach of a king, and of a king of England too
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in the sense of big name
a famous personall the big names in rock and pop
in the sense of emperor
a man who rules an empirethe coronation of a new emperor
in the sense of leader
a person who rules, guides, or inspires othersthe leader of the Conservative Party
big gun (informal),
big shot (informal),
big cheese (slang, old-fashioned),
big noise (informal),
big hitter (informal),
baas (South Africa, offensive),
sherang (Australian, New Zealand)
Video: pronunciation of 'king'
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