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İngilizce - Türkçe
{i} krallık

O günlerde, Amerika Birleşik Krallık'tan bağımsız değildi. - In those days, America was not independent of the United Kingdom.

Bahreyn 2002 yılında bir krallık oldu. - Bahrain became a kingdom in 2002.

{i} kraliyet
{i} alem

Mantarlar ve bitkiler farklı alemlere aittir. - Mushrooms and plants belong to different kingdoms.


Yahya, cennet krallığının yakında olduğunu söyledi. - John said that the kingdom of heaven was near.

krallık ülkesi
kingdom of heaven Allahın hâkim oldugu ülke
{i} biyol. âlem
the United Kingdom Büyük Britanya ile Kuzey İrlanda
kingdom come öteki dünya
kingdom come
öbür dünya
kingdom come
Egemenliğin gelsin
kingdom of lesotho
lesoto krallığı
kingdom of thailand
United Kingdom
(Askeri) Birleşik Krallık

BK, Birleşik Krallık'ın kısaltmasıdır. - UK is the abbreviation for the United Kingdom.

Birleşik Krallık'ın başkenti Londra'dır. - The capital of the United Kingdom is London.

animal kingdom
hayvanlar alemi
animal kingdom
(Hayvan Bilim, Zooloji) hayvanlar âlemi
United Kingdom
Büyük Britanya
animal kingdom
hayvanlar âlemi
plant kingdom
bitkiler dünyası
united kingdom

1971 de Britanya Kırallığı parasını ondalık sisteme çevirdi. - In 1971 the United Kingdom changed its currency to the decimal system.

vegetable kingdom
bitkiler âlemi

Krallıklar sürekli savaş halindeydiler. - The kingdoms were constantly at war.

the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland
Büyük Britanya ve Kuzey İrlanda Birleşik Krallığı
the united kingdom
birleşik krallık
(I) United Kingdom and Ireland
(Askeri) Birleşik Krallık ve İrlanda
(UK) Save the Children Fund (United Kingdom)
(Askeri) Çocukları Koruma Vakfı (Birleşik Krallık)
hashemite kingdom
ürdün krallığı
hashemite kingdom of jordan
ürdün krallığı
middle kingdom
çin imparatorluğu (eski)
middle kingdom
mısır krallığı (eski)
send to kingdom come
(Argo) öteki dünyaya yollamak
the United Kingdom
Birleşik Krallık (Büyük Britanya ve Kuzey İrlanda Birleşik Krallığı)
the United Kingdom of
Büyük Britanya ve Kuzey İrlanda Birleşik Krallığı
till kingdom come
kıyamete kadar
vegetable kingdom
bitkiler alemi
İngilizce - İngilizce
A nation having as supreme ruler a king and/or queen
A rank in the classification of organisms, below domain and above phylum; a taxon at that rank (e.g. the plant kingdom, the animal kingdom)
{n} the dominions of a king
a major division of living organisms All organisms are classified into one of five kingdoms: Monera (the prokarytic Kingdom Includes archaebacteria, eubacteria and cyanobacteria ); Protista (unicellular eukaryotes); Fungi (yeasts and mushrooms); Plantae (plants); and Animalia (animals)
one of seven biological categories: Monera or Protoctista or Plantae or Fungi or Animalia
Domain, a province of nature
"Kingdom" is the last of the ten sefirot, and seventh of the emotive attributes in Creation
a domain in which something is dominant; "the untroubled kingdom of reason"; "a land of make-believe"; "the rise of the realm of cotton in the south"
a basic group of natural objects one of seven biological categories: Monera or Protoctista or Plantae or Fungi or Animalia a monarchy with a king or queen as head of state the domain ruled by a king or queen a country with a king as head of state a domain in which something is dominant; "the untroubled kingdom of reason"; "a land of make-believe"; "the rise of the realm of cotton in the south
The rank, quality, state, or attributes of a king; royal authority; sovereign power; rule; dominion; monarchy
(kin' dm) In the scientific system of classification (taxonomy), kingdom is the first division by which all known life is divided There is some argument regarding the division of single-celled organisms, but a common five-kingdom system is often utilized including Animalia, Plantae, Fungi, Protista, and Monera
An extensive scientific division distinguished by leading or ruling characteristics; a principal division; a department; as, the mineral kingdom
Largest groups that living things are sorted into The two biggest are the plant kingdom and the animal kingdom
{i} country or government which is ruled by a king or queen; domain, sphere, area or field which is independently controlled (i.e. kingdom of the mind); taxonomic division of the highest rank
in biology, a category that's part of the scientific system for grouping together related plants, animals and other organisms (kingdom, phylum, class, order, family, genus, species) Kingdom is the broadest category; plants are in a kingdom separate from animals
a basic group of natural objects
a country with a king as head of state
the domain ruled by a king or queen
– The largest of the seven categorical levels of biological taxonomy; there are five kingdoms into which all the Earth’s organisms are categorized
One of the three primary divisions of objects, into animal, mineral, and vegetable kingdoms
The territory or country subject to a king or queen; the dominion of a monarch; the sphere in which one is king or has control
Any of the sixteen geographical areas that the world is divided into in the context of the SCA, each of which ruled by a King and Queen
a monarchy with a king or queen as head of state
Sovereign Chartered Division consisting of at least 100 members
All the animals, birds, and insects in the world can be referred to together as the animal kingdom. All the plants can be referred to as the plant kingdom. Kingdom of Bahrain Kingdom of Belgium Kingdom of Denmark Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan Kingdom of Lesotho Kingdom of Morocco Kingdom of Nepal Kingdom of Norway Kingdom of Spain Kingdom of Swaziland Kingdom of Sweden Kingdom of Thailand Kingdom of Tonga Benin kingdom of Brunel Isambard Kingdom Dahomey kingdom kingdom of God kingdom of heaven Mon kingdom Naples Kingdom of Kingdom of The Netherlands Kingdom of Saudi Arabia Serbs Croats and Slovenes Kingdom of Sukhothai kingdom Two Sicilies Kingdom of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland United Kingdom
A kingdom is a country or region that is ruled by a king or queen. The kingdom's power declined. the United Kingdom
The highest category in the taxonomic hierarchy of classification
The highest level in the classification hierarchy Traditionally all organisms have been placed in either the plant (Plantae) or animal (Animalia) kingdoms but additional kingdoms have also been discovered or defined by scientists such as the Mycota Kingdom (mainly fungi), the Protista (unicellular organisms), as well as the Prokaryota and Eukaryota Kingdoms
Top most level of the common system used to classify life Generally, five kingdoms are recognized: Monera, Protista, Fungi, Animalia, and Plantae
~ A grouping of encasements through which energy can enter to have a concrete experience Some examples of kingdoms: Mineral, Water, Human and Angelic
The largest main taxonomic division
Kingdom County
County Kerry
Kingdom Hall
A place where Jehovah's Witnesses meet for fellowship and worship
Kingdom of England
A kingdom in western Europe, until the foundation of the United Kingdom of Great Britain on the First of May 1707
Kingdom of Heaven
The place where God rules and reigns
Kingdom of Heaven
A concept of heaven as a hierarchical dominion with God at the top and a court of saints, archangels and angels
Kingdom of Scotland
A kingdom in western Europe, until the foundation of the United Kingdom of Great Britain on the First of May 1707
Kingdom of Yemen
North Yemen from 1918 to 1962
kingdom come
The next world; heaven or paradise

Dead ! dead as herrings — gone to kingdom come a precious long time ago.

kingdom of glory
Degree of glory
kingdom of england
(Coğrafya) The Kingdom of England was a state located in western Europe, in the southern part of the island of Great Britain, consisting of the modern day constituent countries of England and Wales and the modern legal entity of England and Wales
Kingdom of Heaven
place where God rules, spiritual kingdom of God; sovereignty of God
Kingdom of Naples
Former kingdom comprising the southern portion of the Italian peninsula. The region was held successively by Romans, Byzantines, Lombards, and Saracens before it was conquered by Normans in the 11th century and incorporated into their kingdom of Sicily. It became a separate kingdom in 1282, but it was reunited with Sicily in 1442 as one of the Two Sicilies. Again separating from Sicily in 1458, it was claimed by France and then by Spain, which ruled it for two centuries. It was ceded to the Austrian Habsburgs in 1713 but was conquered in 1734 by the Spanish Bourbons, who reestablished the Kingdom of the Two Sicilies. Napoleon annexed it to France and then made it an independent kingdom (1806-15), after which the Bourbons were restored. In 1860 Naples and Sicily voted for unification with northern Italy
Kingdom of Norway
{i} Norway, westernmost country in Scandinavia (northernmost region in Europe)
Kingdom of Sweden
{i} Sweden, country in northern Europe on the eastern part of the Scandinavian Peninsula
Kingdom of Tonga
{i} Tonga, country in the Polynesian islands in the southern Pacific Ocean
Kingdom of the Two Sicilies
Former kingdom, Italy. It united the southern part of the Italian peninsula with the island of Sicily. The region was conquered by the Normans in the 11th century; the two areas were divided in 1282 between the Angevin (French) dynasty on the mainland and the Aragonese (Spanish) dynasty on the island, both of which claimed the title of King of Sicily. In 1442 Alfonso V of Aragon reunited the two areas and took the title of King of the Two Sicilies. This title was sometimes used during the Spanish and Bourbon rule of the region in the 16th-19th centuries; it became official in 1816, when the administration of both areas was combined and Sicily lost its autonomy. Conquered by Giuseppe de Garibaldi in 1860, the Two Sicilies became part of the Kingdom of Italy
kingdom come
the next world; "he nearly blew us to kingdom come"
kingdom come
the end of time; "you can wet the bed till kingdom come, for all I care"
kingdom come
{i} next world, world-to-come, afterlife, life after death; end of the world
kingdom come
the next world; "he nearly blew us to kingdom come
kingdom of Benin
One of the principal historic kingdoms (12th-19th century) of the western African forest region. Founded by the Edo people, the kingdom was centred on present-day Benin City in southern Nigeria.With the accession of Ewuare the Great in the mid 15th century, the Benin kingdom was vastly expanded, including the founding of the city of Lagos. The Portuguese first visited Benin in the late 15th century, and, for a time, Benin traded ivory, palm oil, pepper, and slaves with Portuguese and Dutch traders. Benin stopped trading slaves with Europeans in the 18th century and focused attention on dependent regions around it. Succession struggles in the 18th and 19th centuries put a series of weaker kings on the throne. After the British attacked and burned Benin City in 1897, the kingdom was incorporated into British Nigeria
kingdom of God
or kingdom of heaven In Christianity, the spiritual realm over which God reigns as king, or the eventual fulfillment of God's will on earth. Although rare in pre-Christian Jewish literature, the idea of God as king was fundamental to Judaism, and Jewish ideas on the kingdom of God most likely shaped New Testament usage. The term is often used in the New Testament, and it was a central theme in the preaching of John the Baptist and Jesus. Theologians differ as to whether Jesus implied that the kingdom had arrived in his person or whether it was expected as a future event. Christian orthodoxy now holds that the kingdom has been partially realized by the presence of the church in the world and that it will be fully realized after the Last Judgment
kingdom of evil
Roman government which destroyed the second temple in Jerusalem
kingdom of god
the domain over which God is spiritually sovereign
kingdom of priests
country ruled by priests and religious leaders
Middle Kingdom
A nickname for China
Middle Kingdom
Egypt in the 12th and 13th dynasties
United Kingdom
A kingdom in Europe comprising the countries of Great Britain (England, Scotland, Wales) and Northern Ireland. Official name: United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland. Abbreviation: UK
United Kingdom of Great Britain
The official name of the United Kingdom 1707-1801
United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland
The official name of the United Kingdom 1801-1916
United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland
The official name of the United Kingdom 1922-Present
animal kingdom
The regnum Animalia; the set of all animals
keys to the kingdom
A resource, usually information or knowledge, the possession of which gives the possessor access to power

This fortress, from its strong position, was considered as one of the keys to the kingdom, and had belonged to the Earl of March, a disappointed candidate for the crown, who had now attached himself to the banner of England.

until Kingdom come
At overly frequent intervals

He pestered me until Kingdom come about the concert.

until Kingdom come
Until death, until the afterlife

I will love you until Kingdom come.

Dahomey kingdom
Western African kingdom that flourished in the 18th-19th century in what is now central Benin. Initially called Abomey, its name was changed to Dahomey after it had expanded by conquering the neighbouring kingdoms of Allada (1724) and Whydah (1727). It thrived on the slave trade with Europe, reaching its high point under Gezu (1818-58), under whom it became independent of the Oyo empire. Society was rigidly stratified into royalty, commoners, and slaves; a centralized bureaucracy carried out the king's will. The nation was organized for war, both to increase its territory and to take captives for the slave market, and women served as soldiers along with men. With the end of the slave trade in the 1840s, Dahomey began exporting palm oil, which proved less profitable, and an economic decline followed. In 1892 Dahomey was defeated by a French expedition and became part of the French colony of the same name
Isambard Kingdom Brunel
an English engineer famous for his railway engines, bridges, and iron ships (1806-59). born April 9, 1806, Portsmouth, Hampshire, Eng. died Sept. 15, 1859, London British civil and mechanical engineer. He was the son of Marc Brunel. His introduction of the broad-gauge railway, with rails 7 ft (2 m) apart, made possible high speeds and provided a great stimulus to railroad progress. He was responsible for building more than 1,000 mi (1,600 km) of railway in Britain and also oversaw construction of railway lines in Italy, Australia, and India. His use of a compressed-air caisson to sink bridge pier foundations helped gain acceptance of compressed-air techniques in underwater and underground construction. Brunel made outstanding contributions to marine engineering with three steamships the Great Western, the Great Britain, and the Great Eastern each the largest in the world at date of launching. The Great Western instituted the first regular transatlantic service, and Great Eastern laid the first successful transatlantic cable
Mon kingdom
Kingdom of the Mon people, who were powerful in Myanmar (Burma) in the 9th-11th centuries, in the 13th-16th centuries, and briefly in the mid-18th century. By 825 they had founded their capital city, Thaton, and the city of Pegu. The Mon kingdom was defeated by the Burman kingdom of Pagan. When Pagan fell to the Mongols (1287), the Mon regained their independence and their former territory. They were defeated again in 1539. They reestablished Pegu briefly in the 18th century, but it was destroyed by Alaungpaya (see Alaungpaya dynasty) in 1757. See also Dvaravati
New Kingdom
Ancient Egypt during the XVIII-XX Dynasties, from c. 1580 to 1090 The New Kingdom was noted for its territorial expansion and richness of art and architecture under rulers such as Amenhotep III and Rameses II
Old Kingdom
Ancient Egypt during the III-VI Dynasties, from c. 2980 to 2475 The Old Kingdom was noted as "the Age of the Pyramids," with magnificent monuments built by rulers such as Cheops
Sukhothai kingdom
Former kingdom, north-central Thailand. It was founded in the mid-13th century when a local Tai ruler led a revolt against Khmer rule. It remained only a small local power until its third ruler, Ramkhamhaeng, inherited the kingdom 1279. He extended its power to the south onto the Malay Peninsula, to the west into what is now Myanmar (Burma), and to the northeast into modern Laos. On his death in 1298 the kingdom began to lose its power, and in 1438 it was absorbed into the kingdom of Ayutthaya
United Kingdom
The United Kingdom is the official name for the country consisting of Great Britain and Northern Ireland. A country of western Europe comprising England, Scotland, Wales, and Northern Ireland. Beginning with the kingdom of England, it was created by three acts of union: with Wales (1536), Scotland (1707), and Ireland (1800). At the height of its power in the 19th century it ruled an empire that spanned the globe. London is the capital and the largest city. Population: 58,091,000. a country in northwest Europe, officially called the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, made up of England, Wales, Scotland, and Northern Ireland. Population: 58,789,194 (2001). Capital: London. The name "United Kingdom" was first used in 1707, when the parliaments of England and Scotland united to form one country. The country's government consists of a Queen or King, a Prime Minister, and two Houses of Parliament, the House of Commons and the House of Lords. The United Kingdom has been a member of the EU since 1972. England Northern Ireland Scotland Wales
United Kingdom
United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland (country in northern Europe consisting of England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland)
United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland
or United Kingdom or Great Britain Country, western Europe, comprising Great Britain (England, Scotland, and Wales) and Northern Ireland
and Slovenes Kingdom of Serbs, Croats
Balkan state formed in 1918 after World War I. It included the previously independent kingdoms of Serbia and Montenegro and the southern Slavic territories formerly subject to the Austro-Hungarian Empire, including Dalmatia, Croatia-Slavonia, Slovenia, and Bosnia and Herzegovina. The kingdom was ruled by the Serbian Karadjordjevi dynasty. In 1929 King Alexander I sought to combat local nationalisms by proclaiming a royal dictatorship and renaming the state Yugoslavia. See also Serbia and Montenegro
animal kingdom
world of animals, realm of living creatures
animal kingdom
A main classification of living organisms that includes all animals
plural of "kingdom"
mineral kingdom
all inorganic objects; contrasts with animal and plant kingdoms
mineral kingdom
The group of natural objects and substances that are composed only of inorganic matter
new kingdom
period in Egyptian history from 1550-1070 BC, comprising the 18th through 20th Dynasties
new kingdom
Term applied to several dynasties late in Ancient Egyptian history, including the Eighteenth, which includes the Amarna period Links: Egypt Timeline
plant kingdom
A main classification of living organisms that includes all plants. Also called vegetable kingdom
united kingdom
a monarchy in northwestern Europe occupying most of the British Isles; divided into England and Scotland and Wales and Northern Ireland
united kingdom
England, Scotland, Wales, Northern Ireland, the Channel Islands and the Isle of Man
united kingdom
Meaning England, Scotland, Wales, Northern Ireland, The Isle of Man, and The Channel Islands
united kingdom
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vegetable kingdom
plant kingdom, group of plants in general