English → English - crowned

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adj. having a crown; having an artificial crown on a tooth; laurelled

English → Spanish - crowned

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[crown] v. coronar; culminar, llegar al clímax

English → French - crowned

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[crown] v. couronner

English → German - crowned

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[crown] v. krönen

English → Indonesian - crowned

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a. bermahkota

English → Italian - crowned

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agg. incoronato; coronato di lauro; che ha un dente incapsulato in una corona artificiale

English → Polish - crowned

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a. koronowany, wypukły

English → Portuguese - crowned

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adj. coroado

English → Romanian - crowned

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a. încoronat

English → Russian - crowned

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прил. коронованный, увенчанный, законченный, завершенный

English → Turkish - crowned

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s. taç giymiş

English → Ukrainian - crowned

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a. коронований, увінчаний, завершений

English → Dutch - crowned

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bn. met kroon; een kunskroon op tand; met lauwerkrans

English → Greek - crowned

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επίθ. εστεμμένος

English → Arabic - crowned

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‏متوج، مكلل، مجلل‏

English → Chinese - crowned

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[crown] (动) 加冕; 表彰; 顶上有

English → Chinese - crowned

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[crown] (動) 加冕; 表彰; 頂上有

English → Japanese - crowned

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[crown] (動) 王冠を授ける; 王位につかせる; 栄誉を与える; 報いる

English → Korean - crowned

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형. 왕관을 쓴, 춤이 있는

English → Vietnamese - crowned

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a. nón

Definition of crowned

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Adjective
1. Provided with or as if with a crown or a crown as specified; often used in combination.
A high-crowned hat.
An orange-crowned bird.
2. Having an (artificial) crown on a tooth.
Had many crowned teeth.
3. Crowned with or as if with laurel symbolizing victory.
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