Translation of monarch in Spanish:

monarch

monarca, n.

Pronunciation /ˈmɑnˌɑrk//ˈmɑnərk//ˈmɒnək/

noun

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    monarca masculine
    • The British annexed Burma in 1886 during the reign of its last monarch - King Thibaw - who was taken to Calcutta, where he died in 1916.
    • Since then I have described the Queen as our monarch or sovereign, and the governor-general as our head of state.
    • Being a constitutional monarch, the Queen consistently follows the recommendation of the head of government as required.
    • The last time the monarch refused to give Royal Assent was in 1707 with Queen Anne.
    • Ministers will be put under pressure to scrap the law that bans the eldest daughter of a British monarch from becoming queen if she has a brother.
    • Centuries after the city famously locked out the reigning monarch King Charles I, it was a time to forgive and forget.
    • Although politically unified since the reign of the Catholic monarchs Ferdinand and Isabel in the late fifteenth century, Spain continues to be divided by regional loyalties.
    • Manuscript illumination flourished under the patronage of the dukes of Burgundy, kings of England, Portuguese monarchs, and Hapsburg rulers.
    • He returned to the throne in 1993 as a constitutional monarch who ‘reigns but does not govern.’
    • The English and French monarchs were kings and queens of the land and not the people.
    • Recently, the museum had the good fortune to acquire the portraits of the monarch and his queen illustrated here.
    • He served as a principal secretary to four successive Tudor monarchs, from Henry VIII to the early reign of Queen Elizabeth.
    • Stamboliiski boldly opposed Bulgaria's entry into the First World War in the face of the monarch Tsar Ferdinand.
    • He shakes hands with the principality's reigning monarch, Prince Hans Adam II, at a garden fête.
    • He managed to curry favour with a succession of kings of England and was consort to the nine-year-old monarch Henry III.
    • The 15th-century gothic church is the burial place of 10 monarchs, including Henry VIII, Charles I and the Queen's father, King George VI.
    • When the Queen first began her reign, monarchs were expected to be somewhat detached, grand and distant figures, especially the British monarch.
    • They called themselves the king and supreme monarch of their respective monarchies by the mandate of heaven.
    • This should not be too surprising as emperors and monarchs had been famous in history for their love of flowers and gardens.
    • In 1900, when Queen Victoria was our monarch, banks accounted for roughly a sixth of the value of the entire stock market.