There are 2 main translations of regency in Spanish

: regency1Regency2

regency1

regencia, n.

Pronunciation /ˈriːdʒ(ə)nsi//ˈridʒənsi/

noun

  • 1

    regencia feminine
    • He believed that the Liberals were in a better position to weather the regency of Alfonso's widow and prevent Carlist or republican revolts.
    • A contributory factor to the Wars of the Roses was another period of regency caused not by the king's age, but by his insanity.
    • The regency was led by Count Magnus de la Gardie, the king's uncle.
    • But this could only occur once the charter was brought back to life as a royalist manifesto after John's death by the regency government of Henry III.
    • When her mother was eventually forced out of the regency, the reigning government saw fit to have Isabella confirmed as a fully independent queen when she was just 13.
    • Parliament selected a regency council that excluded the king's uncle and leading lord, John of Gaunt, Duke of Lancaster.
    • An earlier chapter provides the reader with background on the Norman ascendancy through the regency of Adelaide.
    • His baby son, Prince Ahmed Fuad, was proclaimed king and a regency council appointed.
    • While various emirs contested with each other over the regency, Amalric was succeeded by his young son Baldwin IV.
    • One of the weaknesses of a hereditary monarchy is the possibility of having a monarch who is too young to rule, requiring a regency or protectorate to govern in his name.
    • The precedents were relatively clear: government would be exercised by a council of regency until the young king was declared ‘of age’.
    • When Pedro I abdicated in April 1831 in favour of the boy, Pedro II, Andrada was confirmed as tutor by the council of regency.
    • Gaston had appointed a regency council who made the rules.
    • When his father renounced the throne in 1927, Michael was made child king at the age of six under the tutelage of a regency.
    • On 1 November 1944, the impending formation of a united provisional government and of a regency was announced in liberated Belgrade.
    • Following Alexander's formal abdication in September 1886, Stambolov headed the regency council.
    • He supported William of Orange, though, as a Tory, he favoured a regency.
    • After the sudden death of Charles XI, a five man regency governed Sweden.
    • Yet according to the constitution, a Grand National Assembly could be summoned only by the king, not the regency nor the Cabinet.
    • All thoughts of regency and ruling flew out of his head, however, when the battle raged near them.
    • In 1816 John VI succeeded to the two thrones, ruling Portugal through a council of regency.

There are 2 main translations of regency in Spanish

: regency1Regency2

Regency2

Pronunciation /ˈriːdʒ(ə)nsi//ˈridʒənsi/

adjective

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    (house/period) de la epoca de la regencia del príncipe de Gales en Gran Bretaña (1811-1820) o del duque de Orleans en Francia (1715-1723)
    • To the right, a painting of Roman soldiers hangs above a Regency chair.
    • The restaurant is a building she hadn't noticed before, however, situated on a splendid Regency terrace within sight of the city's two cathedrals.
    • The property takes up the bottom two floors of a Grade II-listed Regency terrace and comes with a share of the freehold.
    • For his part, John Soane was closely involved with the world of the Regency theatre.
    • They own a Regency mansion in a 25-acre estate in Cheshire, a villa in Spain and a fleet of luxury cars.
    • His patronage lasted to 1827 and resulted in the town's Regency squares and terraces.
    • In it he depicts the interior of a Scottish cottage, showing Evans and Cattermole in smart Regency dress.
    • The centre of Newcastle was transformed between 1825 and 1840 by these and other local architects into an elegant, late Regency city.
    • Neglected and drab, this once-grand Regency mansion had been the battlefield for a war of attrition between John's mother and father.
    • It was inevitable, given the nature of the Regency art market, that Wilkie would gravitate to London and from 1805 until the end of his life it was his home.
    • In the same decade major acquisitions of furniture by the Regency designer George Bullock were made.
    • England's Regency style was a natural outgrowth of the neoclassical style that prevailed in eighteenth-century Europe.
    • But as Regency exuberance yielded to Victorian gentility, his style did not move with public taste, and he began to outlive his popularity.
    • The gallery still houses one of the finest surviving suites of Regency giltwood furniture made to commemorate Lord Nelson and his victories.
    • Stuff like this gives just as much pleasure as a cathedral close or a Regency arcade.
    • Apart from the Regency frontages, the interior designs are modern enough while the communal garden in the square's centre will be landscaped for today.
    • Other than a set of twelve Regency hall chairs painted with the family crests, there was only one piece of importance remaining at Glin.
    • Tommy Steele used to fly in to buy Regency furniture from the Organ Brothers.
    • Standard features include Regency panelled doors, canopy style porches and patio doors to the rear garden.
    • The ground floor of the Regency hunting lodge is cleared of its existing furniture to make way for some strange and interesting pieces.