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Regent

ˈriːdʒ(ə)nt

Meanings of Regent:

noun

A person appointed to administer a state because the monarch is a minor or is absent or incapacitated.

Usage examples:

A strong monarch could control the parlement de paris but a minor supported by a regent rarely could.
adjective

Acting as regent for a monarch.

Usage examples:

The queen regent of portugal

Meanings of Regental:

adjective

Of or relating to a regent.

Meanings of Regentess:

noun

A woman who is a regent.

Regents

ˈriː.dʒənt

Meanings of Regents:

noun

A person appointed to administer a state because the monarch is a minor or is absent or incapacitated.

Usage examples:

A strong monarch could control the parlement de paris but a minor supported by a regent rarely could.
adjective

Acting as regent for a monarch.

Usage examples:

The queen regent of portugal

Meanings of Regentship:

noun

The office or position of regent.

Regerminate

riːˈdʒəːmɪneɪt

Meanings of Regerminate:

verb

Germinate again.

Regerminated

riːˈdʒəːmɪneɪt

Meanings of Regerminated:

verb

Germinate again.

Regerminates

riːˈdʒəːmɪneɪt

Meanings of Regerminates:

verb

Germinate again.

Meanings of Regerminating:

verb

Germinate again.

Reges

redʒ

Meanings of Reges:

noun

Abbreviation for regulation: an official rule

Usage examples:

Nonprofit organizations are largely unaffected by the new regs., i needed to know the reg. number o…

Meanings of Regest:

noun

A register, a written record of important events or facts.

Meanings of Reget:

verb

To obtain again, get back.

Meanings of Reggae:

noun

A style of popular music with a strongly accented subsidiary beat, originating in jamaica. reggae evolved in the late 1960s from ska and other local variations on calypso and rhythm and blues, and became widely known in the 1970s through the work of bob marley; its lyrics are much influenced by rastafarian ideas.

Usage examples:

Smith grew up with gospel and reggae; bob marley and yellowman in particular.

Regicide

ˈredʒ.ɪ.saɪd

Meanings of Regicide:

noun

The action of killing a king.

Usage examples:

In the hands of the protestant exiles in the 1550s, conciliarism mutated into forms of resistance t…

Regicides

ˈrɛdʒɪsʌɪd

Meanings of Regicides:

noun

The action of killing a king.

Usage examples:

In the hands of the protestant exiles in the 1550s, conciliarism mutated into forms of resistance t…

Meanings of Regidor:

noun

Chiefly in spain and spanish-speaking countries: a member of a cabildo or municipal council; a councillor; a village official.

Meanings of Regie:

noun

In france and certain other european countries: a government department that controls an industry or service; specifically one with complete control of the importation, manufacture, and taxation of tobacco, salt, and other resources (now historical). also: a government monopoly used as a means of taxation; especially the tobacco monopoly in the former turkish empire (now historical).

Regift

ˌriːˈɡɪft

Meanings of Regift:

verb

Give (an unwanted gift that one has received) to someone else as a gift.

Usage examples:

Do you think she'll regift that horrendous vase?
noun

An unwanted gift used by its original recipient as a gift for someone else.

Usage examples:

Most of my regifts are more meaningful than the usual bouquet of flowers

Meanings of Regifuge:

noun

The expulsion of the etruscan kings from rome in the 5th century b.c., after which the republic was founded.

Regild

ˌriːˈɡɪld

Meanings of Regild:

verb

Gild (something) again.

Usage examples:

He regilded picture frames

Regilded

riːˈɡɪld

Meanings of Regilded:

verb

Gild (something) again.

Usage examples:

He regilded picture frames

Regilding

ˌriːˈɡɪld

Meanings of Regilding:

verb

Gild (something) again.

Usage examples:

He regilded picture frames

Regilds

ˌriːˈɡɪld

Meanings of Regilds:

verb

Gild (something) again.

Usage examples:

He regilded picture frames

Regime

reɪˈʒiːm

Meanings of Regime:

noun

A government, especially an authoritarian one.

Usage examples:

Ideological opponents of the regime

Regime-change

reɪˈʒiːm ˌtʃeɪndʒ

Meanings of Regime-change:

noun

A complete change of government, especially one brought about by force

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