queen

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Английский Язык - Турецкий язык
{i} kraliçe

Kraliçe, önümüzdeki sene Çin'i ziyaret edecek. - The Queen is to visit China next year.

Bu karınca kraliçedir; kanatları olduğunu görmüyor musun? - This ant is the queen; don't you see she has wings?

{i} argo ibne
oğlan
ferz
puşt
(Arılık) ana arı
top
arıbeyi
kız

Benim bir kupa kızım var. - I've got a queen of hearts.

Biz zamanlar kocası yıllar önce ölmüş olan yaşlı bir kraliçe vardı ve onun da güzel bir kızı vardı. - There was once upon a time an old Queen whose husband had been dead for many years, and she had a beautiful daughter.

dam
ibne
(satranç) vezir
(iskambil) kız
{f} vezir çıkmak
got veren
nonoş
{i} vezir
{i} sultan
{i} satranç vezir
{i} isk. kız
{f} vezir yapmak
{i} sevgili
homoseksüel
{f} kraliçe yapmak
{i} kız (iskambil)
(isim) Ece
anaarı
queen bee
anaarı
queen of sheba
saba melikesi
queen room
geniş yataklı oda
queen bee
arıbeyi
queen dowager
ölmüş kralın dul eşi
queen mother
ana kraliçe
queen anne
kraliçe anne
queen closer
boyuna kesilmiş yarım tuğla
queen conch
kraliçe kabuklu
queen elizabeth i
Kraliçe İ. Elizabeth
queen isabella
kraliçe isabella
queen of clubs
kulüpleri kraliçesi
queen of hearts
Kupa kızı
queen post
ana dikme
queen size
kraliçe boy
queen size bed
büyük çift kişilik yatak
queen sized
kraliçe boy
queen's english
kraliçenin ingilizce
Queen Anne is Dead
modası geçmiş
Queen Anne is Dead
çok bayatlamış
Queen Anne's lace
(çoğ. Queen Anne's lace) kırlarda yetişen beyaz çiçekli bir havuç türü
queen ant
(isim) kraliçe karınca
queen ant
{i} kraliçe karınca
queen bank
(Arılık) ana arı bankası
queen bee
kraliçe arı
queen breeder
(Arılık) ana arı yetiştiren kişi
queen breeding
(Arılık) ana arı yetiştirme
queen cage
(Arılık) ana arı kafesi
queen cell
(Arılık) ana arı yüksüğü
queen closer
(İnşaat) enine yarım tuğla
queen consort
kralın karısı olan kraliçe
queen consort
(Kanun) tahta bulunan kralın karısı
queen dowager
ana kraliçe
queen dowager
dul kraliçe
queen dowager
(Kanun) ölen kralın dul karısı
queen exculuder
(Arılık) ana arı ızgarası
queen it
kraliçelik yapmak
queen it
kraliçelik taslamak
queen it
kraliçe gibi davranmak
queen it over
(deyim) emirler yağdırmak
queen it over
(deyim) amirane davranmak
queen it over
hava atmak
queen it over
kraliçelik taslamak
queen it over
havalara girmek
queen mother
{i} kralın annesi
queen of spades
maça kızı
queen of spain fritillary
(Hayvan Bilim, Zooloji) ispanyol kraliçesi
queen post
(İnşaat) ara dikme
queen post
(İnşaat) yan baba
queen rearing
(Arılık) ana arı yetiştirme
queen regent
(isim)ib kraliçe
queen regnant
(Kanun) tahtta bulunan kraliçe
queen's highway
halka açık yol
queen's mother
(Kanun) tahttaki kraliçenin annesi
long live the queen
Kraliçem çok yaşa! Kraliçemiz çok yaşa!
drag queen
kadın elbiseli eşcinsel
queens
kraliçeler

Kral ve kraliçelerin kavgaları çok kan dökülmesine yol açmıştır. - The quarrels of kings and queens have led to much bloodshed.

Kralların ve kraliçelerin dünyada hüküm sürdüğü bir zaman vardı. - There was a time when kings and queens reigned over the world.

beauty queen
güzellik kraliçesi
maypole queen
bahar bayramı kraliçesi
drama queen
(deyim) Herşeyi büyütüp dram haline getiren kişi
god save the queen
kraliçe kaydetmek tanrı
guard your queen
senin kraliçe koruma
maypole queen
mayıs kraliçesi, bahar bayramı kraliçesi
prom queen
Ünüversite balosunda kraliçe seçilen öğrenci
prom queen
balo kraliçesi
queen bed
çift kişilik yatak
queening
Cinsel ilişki esnasında kadının ilişkide bulunduğu erkeğin yüzüne oral seks yaptırmak maksadıyla oturması
to the queen's taste
kraliçenin tatmaya
breeder queen
(Arılık) damızlık ana
breeding queen
(Arılık) ana yetiştirme
closet queen
klozet kraliçesi
closet queen
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) tuvalet kraliçesi
drama queen
(Argo) ilgi çekmeye çalışan
murder the queen's english
(deyim) ingilizce'yi katletmek
murder the queen's english
(deyim) bozuk aksanla konuşmak
package bees with queen
(Arılık) ana anlı paket arı
queenly
görkemli biçimde
queenly
görkemli
queenly
kraliçelere lâyık
queenly
{s} kraliçe gibi
queenly
{s} kraliçeye yakışır
virgin queen
kraliçe arı
virgin queen
İngiltere kraliçe 1. elizabeth
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
A title given to queens

Queen Elizabeth II.

An adult female cat valued for breeding. See tom
To sit on the face of (a partner) to receive oral sex

not Eloise, sat queening him. He couldn't wait to tip her velvet. He wanted to come, but not here, with these three. It was time to extract himself.

A reproductive female animal in a hive, such as an ant, bee, termite or wasp
The most powerful piece, able to move any number of spaces horizontally, vertically, or diagonally
A female monarch. Example: Queen Victoria
A playing card with the picture of a queen on its face, the twelfth card in a given suit
A powerful or forceful female person
The wife or widow of a king. Example: Queen Elizabeth, the Queen Mother
to promote a pawn, usually to a queen
An effeminate male homosexual. See drag queen
to make a queen
{n} the wife of a king, a sovereign princess
{v} to shrink, show pain
{i} British rock and roll band famous for the song "We Are the Champions
If you refer to a woman as the queen of a particular activity, you mean that she is well-known for being very good at it. the queen of crime writing. see also beauty queen
become a queen; "her pawn queened"
Playing card with picture of queen on its face, 12th card in a given suit
This is an enormous unit of vis equal to one hundred pawns or ten rooks of Vis
A female cat used for breeding
A bed that measures 60 inches wide by 80 inches long
Greek, gyne (a woman); Sanskrit, goni; Swedish, qvenna; Gothic, queins; Anglo-Saxon, cwen (See Sir ) Queen, “woman,” is equivalent to “mother ” In the translation of the Bible by Ulfilas (fourth century), we meet with gens and gino (“wife” and “woman”); and in the Scandinavian languages karl and kone still mean “man” and “wife ” (See King ) “He [Jesus] saith unto His mother, Woman, behold thy son ”- St John xix 26 Queen (The White) Mary Queen of Scots; so called because she dressed in white mourning for her French husband
Piece able to move both horizontally and diagonally any number of spaces; most powerful piece
Sexually developed female bee
A queen or a queen bee is a large female bee which can lay eggs. Her Majesty the Queen; the official title of the queen of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland. The Queen is the official head of state of Britain and of other countries in the commonwealth, but has little real political power. She has to give her official agreement (Royal Assent) to all new laws before they can actually become laws but in fact she does not have the right to refuse this agreement
The most powerful, and except the king the most important, piece in a set of chessmen
a female sovereign ruler
The second most important (to the king) and most powerful piece on the board - A major piece, designated in (English) chess notation as Q Queening Square - The target square for a pawn attempting to promote Queenside - The files on the queen's half of the board (a, b, c and d)
A slate 36 x 24 in (914 x 610 mm)
A female monarch. Ex: Queen Victoria
the wife or widow of a king
promote to a queen, as of a pawn in chess
The wife of a king. Ex: Queen Elizabeth, the Queen Mother
A playing card bearing the picture of a queen; as, the queen of spades
A species of chessman
The female member of the pair that rules the Kingdom
A queen is a woman who is married to a king. The king and queen had fled
The reproductive female among social bees and ants
The wife of a king
a competitor who holds a preeminent position
The most powerful chess piece
offensive terms for an openly homosexual man
3 points
something personified as a woman who is considered the best or most important of her kind; "Paris is the queen of cities"; "the queen of ocean liners"
No explicit mention of queens is made till we read of the "queen of Sheba " The wives of the kings of Israel are not so designated In Ps 45: 9, the Hebrew for "queen" is not malkah, one actually ruling like the Queen of Sheba, but shegal, which simply means the king's wife In 1 Kings 11: 19, Pharaoh's wife is called "the queen," but the Hebrew word so rendered (g'birah) is simply a title of honour, denoting a royal lady, used sometimes for "queen-mother" (1 Kings 15: 13; 2 Chron 15: 16) In Cant 6: 8, 9, the king's wives are styled "queens" (Heb melakhoth)
Internal member (web) which connects the APEX to a third point on a FINK TRUSS
the largest member of the termite family, the queen can be up to 10 cm in length Her sole job is to lay thousands eggs for the reproductives to fertilize and care for
A woman eminent in power or attractions; the highest of her kind; as, a queen in society; also used figuratively of cities, countries, etc
the only fertile female in a colony of social insects such as bees and ants and termites; its function is to lay eggs especially large and only member of a colony of naked mole rats to bear offspring sired by only a few males (chess) the most powerful piece one of four face cards in a deck bearing a picture of a queen a female sovereign ruler the wife or widow of a king something personified as a woman who is considered the best or most important of her kind; "Paris is the queen of cities"; "the queen of ocean liners"
(chess) the most powerful piece
The fertile, or fully developed, female of social bees, ants, and termites
A woman who is the sovereign of a kingdom; a female monarch; as, Elizabeth, queen of England; Mary, queen of Scots
A man who dresses in female attire A man having feminine qualities Also known as: transvestite, drag queen
To make a queen (or other piece, at the player's discretion) of by moving it to the eighth row; as, to queen a pawn
the principal female reproductive of the colony (in some species)
A queen is a playing card with a picture of a queen on it. the queen of spades
In chess, the queen is the most powerful piece. It can be moved in any direction
the only fertile female in a colony of social insects such as bees and ants and termites; its function is to lay eggs
A room with a queen-size bed May be occupied by one or more people
{i} female monarch; homosexual (Slang)
A queen is a woman who rules a country as its monarch. Queen Victoria She met the Queen last week
The strongest piece on the chessboard The Queen is equivalent to nine pawns The Queen can move by diagonals, ranks, or files; combining the movements of the Bishop and the Rook as long and as far as she please until her moves are obstructed by another piece
female cat
especially large and only member of a colony of naked mole rats to bear offspring sired by only a few males
one of four face cards in a deck bearing a picture of a queen
the third-highest-ranking card
To act the part of a queen
{f} govern as a queen; behave like a queen, behave arrogantly; exchange a pawn for a queen (Chess)
{i} regina
Queen Anne
Of the style (of architecture, furniture, etc.) popular during the reign of Queen Anne

We inherited our Queen Anne chairs from my wife's family.

Queen Anne
A style of architecture, furniture, etc. popular during the reign of Queen Anne
Queen Anne
Queen Anne of Great Britain (reigned 1702-1714)
Queen Anne
A small town in Maryland, USA
Queen Anne's Bounty
A fund, set up in the early 18th century, to financially assist the poor members of the clergy
Queen Anne's lace
A flowering plant, species Daucus carota, especially the flowering part of the plant
Queen City
A nickname for various cities and towns, including:
Queen of Sheba
A pampered female with an aristocratic demeanor

Where is she? Um-Nadia cries out. Where is that Queen of Sheba? Sirine is yawning. It was quite late when she finally walked out of Han's big dark car and into her house.

Queen's Counsel
In Canada, an honorific status conferred by the federal or provincial governments to senior or meritorious lawyers
Queen's Counsel
a barrister or advocate appointed by the Crown (when the monarch is a queen)
Queen's English
Especially in England, spoken or written English which is standard, characterized by grammatical correctness, proper usage of words and expressions, and (when spoken) formal British pronunciation

In the movies, bankable Brits fall into one of two categories: those who live in stately homes and possess a firm grasp of the Queen's English, and those who live in cottages or tenements and possess accents thick enough to caulk boats.

queen bee
The most important or dominant woman in an organisation or situation

She muttered to her mother, “There's that obnoxious redhead who thought she was the Queen Bee last year when she was a senior!”.

queen bee
A reproductive female (especially the only one) in a colony of bees

It is generally believed that the queen bee mates only once in her lifetime.

queen bees
plural form of queen bee
queen breeding
The breeding of queen bees
queen consort
The wife of a reigning king
queen it
To behave like a queen; to be superior or conceited

Most of the fashionable notabilities were to be seen there, and as she had queened it over the stage, so with her formidable presence and resounding tones, ... — Gordon Mackenzie, Marylebone: Great City North of Oxford Street (1972).

queen mother
A widowed queen consort (a queen dowager) whose son or daughter from that marriage is the reigning monarch
queen of beasts
The lioness
queen of clubs
One of the 52 playing cards from a standard pack as used for bridge and poker, with a picture of a queen, with a nominal value of 12, and with the clubs suit
queen of diamonds
One of the 52 playing cards from a standard pack as used for bridge and poker, with a picture of a queen, with a nominal value of 12, and with the diamonds suit
queen of hearts
A woman who has gained the adoration of the public

Extravagantly pretty, with a delicate figure and great dark-blue eyes, cordial, charming and a winning hostess, she was the Queen of Hearts in Weimar.

queen of hearts
A character from Lewis Carroll's book Alice's Adventures in Wonderland
queen of hearts
One of the 52 playing cards from a standard pack as used for bridge and poker, with a picture of a queen, with a nominal value of 12, and with the hearts suit
queen of puddings
A traditional British baked dessert of egg custard, jam, and meringue
queen of spades
One of the 52 playing cards from a standard pack as used for bridge and poker, with a picture of a queen, with a nominal value of 12, and with the spades suit
queen palm
Syagrus romanzoffiana, a medium-sized palm native to South America, very similar to the coconut palm
queen palms
plural form of queen palm
queen's English
Alternative form of Queen's English
queen-size
Pertaining to a bed or mattress measuring 60 inches wide by 80 inches long and approximately 9 to 12 inches thick

If you have a queen-size bed, you'll need some queen-size sheets to go on it, and maybe a queen-size comforter as well.

queen-size
Pertaining to a larger-than-average dress, blouse, skirt, pant or stocking size for women
queen room
Hotel room with a queen-size bed
Queen Anne
The style in English architecture and furniture typical of the reign of Queen Anne (1702-1714). the queen of Great Britain and Ireland from 1702 to 1714 and the daughter of James II (1665-1714)
Queen Anne is Dead
this is old news!
Queen Anne style
A style of architecture and furniture reviving elements of Queen Anne design, popular especially in England in the late 19th century. Style of English decorative arts that reached its apex during the reign (1702-14) of Queen Anne. The most distinctive feature of Queen Anne furniture is the cabriole leg, shaped in a double curve (the upper part convex, the lower concave) and ending in either a claw-and-ball or paw foot. The Queen Anne chair is identifiable by a splat back curved to fit the hollow of the spine. The wood used was almost exclusively walnut, often embellished with marquetry, inlay, veneering, and lacquerwork. Ornamentation motifs include scallop shells, scrolls, Asian figures, and animals
Queen Anne's War
(1702-13) Second in a series of wars between Britain and France for control of North America. It was the American phase of the War of the Spanish Succession. American colonial settlements along the New York and New England borders with Canada were raided by French forces and their Indian allies. The British capture of Port Royal (1710) resulted in French-held Acadia's becoming the British province of Nova Scotia. Under the Treaty of Utrecht (1713), Britain also acquired Newfoundland and the Hudson Bay region from France
Queen Anne's War
(1702-1713) one of the French and Indian wars, second of a series British and French colonial wars fought in North America (U.S. History)
Queen Anne's lace
A widely naturalized Eurasian herb (Daucus carota var. carota) having white, nonfleshy, fusiform compound umbels of small white or yellowish flowers. Also called wild carrot. or wild carrot Bristly biennial (Daucus carota) of the parsley family, native to Eurasia but now found almost worldwide. An ancestor of the cultivated carrot, it grows 5 ft (1.5 m) tall and has divided, long, feathery leaves. Flat-topped clusters (umbels) of white or pink flowers have a single dark-purple flower in the center and resemble lace. The enlarged root is edible but very bitter, and the ribbed fruits have sharp spines
Queen Charlotte Islands
Group of about 150 islands (pop., 2001: 4,935) off western British Columbia, Canada. They have an area of 3,705 sq mi (9,596 sq km). The two largest islands, Graham and Moresby, are irregular in shape and rise to nearly 4,000 ft (1,200 m). The inhabitants, including Haida Indians, engage in fishing and ranching
Queen Charlotte Sound
Broad, deep inlet of the Pacific Ocean indenting western British Columbia, Canada. Bounded on the north by the Queen Charlotte Islands and on the south by Vancouver Island, the sound feeds into a series of straits that once were the paths followed by the continental glaciers as they pushed out to sea. Its eastern border is a complex of islands, inlets, and fjords
Queen Elizabeth
{i} Elizabeth II (born 1926), Queen of the United Kingdom since 1952
Queen Elizabeth Hall
a concert hall at the South Bank in London, which usually has performances of classical music
Queen Elizabeth I
the queen of England from 1558 until her death. She never married, and is sometimes called "the Virgin Queen". While she was queen, England's power in the world increased, and the period is sometimes called 'the Elizabethan age', which people think of as a great period in English history (1533-1603)
Queen Elizabeth II
the British queen since 1952, and also head of the British Commonwealth. She is married to the Duke of Edinburgh, and they have four children (1926-). the full name of the QE2
Queen Elizabeth Islands
A group of islands of northern Canada, in the Arctic Archipelago north of Parry Channel. Oil deposits were first exploited here in the 1960s. the Queen Elizabeth Islands a group of islands in the Arctic Ocean that are part of Canada. Island group, northern Canada. Part of the Canadian Arctic archipelago, it comprises all the islands north of latitude 74°30 N, including the Parry and Sverdrup island groups. The islands, the largest of which are Ellesmere, Melville, Devon, and Axel Heiberg, have a total land area of over 150,000 sq mi (390,000 sq km). Probably first visited by the Vikings AD 1000, they were partially explored (1615-16) by English navigators William Baffin and Robert Bylot. The islands, which are administratively split between the Northwest Territories and Nunavut, were named in 1953 to honour Queen Elizabeth II
Queen Elizabeth National Park
or Ruwenzori National Park National park, southwestern Uganda. Established in 1952, it has an area of 764 sq mi (1,978 sq km) and lies east of Lake Edward. One of the largest parks in Uganda, it has areas of rainforest and savanna grassland. It is within the western branch of the Great Rift Valley and is dotted with Pleistocene volcanic craters. Wildlife includes chimpanzees, leopards, lions, and elephants
Queen Isabella
Isabella the Catholic (1451-1504), queen of Spain (1474-1504); Isabella II (1830-1904 queen of Spain (1833-68); Isabella of France (1292-1358), wife of Edward II of England
Queen Latifah
(born 1970 as Dana Owens) American rap musician and actress
Queen Mab
the queen of the fairies in old stories and in literature
Queen Mary
Mary Queen of Scots (1542-1587), Catholic Queen of Scotland who claimed the right to the throne of England, mother of King James I of England
Queen Mary I
the queen of England from 1553 until her death. She was the daughter of Henry VIII and Catherine of Aragon, and she married the king of Spain, Philip II. Mary tried to make England return to the Catholic religion, and many Protestants who refused to become Catholics were killed by being burned. For this reason, she was sometimes called Bloody Mary (1516-1558)
Queen Maud Land
A region of Antarctica between the Weddell Sea and Enderby Land. It was claimed by Norway in 1939
Queen Maud Mountains
A mountain range of Antarctica near the South Pole. It extends some 805 km (500 mi)
Queen Mother
The Queen Mother is the mother of a ruling king or queen. A dowager queen who is the mother of a reigning monarch. the mother of the ruling king or queen. the mother of the British Queen Elizabeth II, whose official title was Queen Elizabeth, the Queen Mother. She was one of the most popular members of the royal family, and she was often called 'the Queen Mum' in British popular newspapers (1900-2002)
Queen Noor
(born 1951) Queen of Jordan, wife of the late King Hussein of Jordan
Queen Victoria
the British queen from 1837 until her death, who also had the title "Empress of India". She was queen for 64 years, longer than any other British king or queen, during a period of great change. While she was queen, the UK became one of the richest and most powerful countries in the world, as a result of the growth of industry and the development of the British Empire. People think now of the "Victorian" period as a time of strict moral standards, when people were very serious, marriages were always permanent, and sex was never mentioned. Victoria was married to a German prince, Prince Albert (1819-1901)
Queen Victoria
(1819-1901) Queen of Great Britain during the end of the 19th century
Queen of England
female monarch of Great Britain, female head of the British monarchy
Queen of Hearts
playing card of the heart suit which has the picture of a queen on it
Queen of Heaven
{i} title of the Virgin Mary; moon (worshipped by the Assyrians)
Queen of Scots Mary
orig. Mary Stuart born Dec. 8, 1542, Linlithgow Palace, West Lothian, Scot. died Feb. 8, 1587, Fotheringhay Castle, Northamptonshire, Eng. Queen of Scotland (1542-67). She became queen when her father, James V (1512-42), died six days after her birth. She was sent by her mother, Mary of Guise, to be raised at the court of the French king Henry II and was married in 1558 to his son Francis II. After Francis's brief rule as king (1559-60) ended with his premature death, Mary returned to Scotland (1561), where she was distrusted because of her Catholic upbringing. In 1565 the red-haired queen married her ambitious cousin Henry Stewart, Lord Darnley, and became a victim of intrigues among the Scottish nobles. Darnley conspired with them to murder her confidant David Riccio. After the birth of her son James (later James I of England) in 1566, Mary was estranged from Darnley, who was murdered in 1567. Ignoring objections by the jealous Scottish nobility, she married James Hepburn, earl of Bothwell (1535?-78), a suspect in Darnley's murder. The rebellious nobles deserted her army at Carberry Hill and forced her to abdicate in favour of her son (1567). After failed attempts to win back the throne, she sought refuge in England with her cousin Elizabeth I, who arranged to keep her in captivity. Several uprisings by English Catholics in Mary's favour convinced Elizabeth to have Mary tried and condemned; she was beheaded at Fotheringhay Castle in 1587
Queen of Sheba
Queen of Sheba, the. flourished 10th century BC In Jewish and Islamic traditions, ruler of the Kingdom of Saba (Sheba) in southwestern Arabia. In an Old Testament story, she visited King Solomon to test his wisdom. In Islamic tradition she is known as Bilqs and is converted from worship of the sun to worship of God, marrying either Solomon himself or a Hamdn tribesman. In Persian folklore she is considered the daughter of a Chinese king and a peri (a type of supernatural being). Ethiopian tradition names her Makeda; her son by Solomon is seen as the founder of the Ethiopian royal dynasty
Queen of the May
May Queen
Queen's Bench
A division of the British superior court system that hears criminal and civil cases. Used when the sovereign is a woman. a division of the High Court of Justice in England and Wales. This name is used when a queen is ruling, and it changes to the King's Bench when a king is ruling. High Court
Queen's Counsel
{i} Q.C., official lawyer of the British crown during the rule of a queen
Queen's Counsel
A barrister appointed as counsel to the British crown. Used when the sovereign is a woman. a QC
Queen's English
English speech or usage that is considered standard or accepted; Received Standard English. speak the Queen's English to speak very correctly and in a way that is typical of people who belong to the highest social class King's English
Queen's University at Kingston
Privately endowed university in Kingston, Ontario, Canada. It was founded in 1841 and modeled after the University of Edinburgh. It is a comprehensive research institution, offering undergraduate, graduate, and professional degrees in most major fields. Research facilities include centres for the study of international relations, industrial relations, and natural resources
Queen's evidence
(British law) evidence given in a trial by the perpetrator of a crime
Queen's evidence
turn Queen's evidence if a criminal turns Queen's evidence, they agree to help the police and law courts to catch other criminals by giving them information king's evidence, State's evidence
Queen's highway
(British) public throughway, highway
Queen's speech
a speech given by the Queen at the official opening of the British Parliament each year, usually in October. The speech is actually written by the government, and it gives details of the government's plans for the next year, including the new laws it intends to make. When a king is ruling instead of a queen, it is called the "King's Speech
queen anne
Popular in the late nineteenth century, Queen Anne style focused on a combination of English motifs and displayed a mixture of different textures and materials
queen anne
A style of Dutch-influenced furniture developed in England in the early part of the 18th century Characterized by extensive use of upholstery, marquetry, Oriental fabrics; simple, graceful lines and cabriole legs
queen anne
A term used here to describe furniture styles of the early 18th century: Queen Anne reigned between 1702 and 1714; the styles continued until the 1720's
queen anne
A major furniture style of the 18th century, a period rich in innovative design Graceful and elegant, the style (named after the 18th century English monarch) is characterized by curved lines such as cabriole legs, broken scroll pediments and rounded aprons in tables and lowboys
queen anne
English decorative style during the reign of Queen Anne (early seventeen hundreds) typified by furniture with curved backs and legs, and Chinese-inspired claw-and ball feet and lacquer work
queen anne
The style period from 1700-1730 Characterized by the introduction of the cabriole leg and sinuous curves The English Queen Anne period was earlier and shorter than the American period of the same name
queen ant
{i} ant that lays all the eggs in the anthill, ant that will fenerally fly to a new place to start a new colony by herself
queen bee
{i} adult fertile female bee; (Slang) woman who has a controlling position; (Informal) girl or woman who is important
queen bee
fertile egg-laying female bee
queen charlotte sound
an inlet of the Pacific Ocean off the coast of British Columbia
queen consort
wife of the King
queen cup
A perennial stemless plant (Clintonia uniflora) of Pacific North America, having a solitary white flower and a blue berry
queen dowager
Dowager Queen, widow of a king
queen dowager
the widow of a king
queen maud land
a region of Antarctica between Enderby Land and the Weddell Sea; claimed by Norway
queen mother
{i} mother of the queen
queen mother
a queen dowager who is mother of the reigning sovereign
queen of Holland
female monarch of Holland
queen of england
the sovereign ruler of England
queen of pudding
(British) bread pudding made with jam and meringue
queen of the ball
most beautiful girl at the dance
queen of the night
tropical American climbing cactus having triangular branches; often cultivated for its large showy night-blooming flowers followed by yellow red-streaked fruits
queen olive
A large edible variety of olive not used as a source of oil
queen olive
It is large size and oblong shape with a small but long pit; it is cured when green, keeps well, and has a delicate flavor
queen olive
Properly, a kind of superior olive grown in the region of Seville, Spain
queen olive
Loosely, any olive of similar character
queen post
vertical tie post in a roof truss
queen post
One of two upright supporting posts set vertically between the rafters and the tie beam at equal distances from the apex of a roof
queen regent
reigning queen, queen who is in power
queen regent
a queen who serves as ruler when the king cannot
queen regnant
A queen reigning in her own right
queen substance
A pheromone secreted by queen bees and given to worker bees to prevent them from producing more queens
queen triggerfish
tropical Atlantic fish
queen truss
A building truss using queen posts
queen truss
A truss framed with queen-posts; a queen-post truss
queen's English
{i} proper English, sophisticated use of English
queen's counsel
Counsel to the Crown when the British monarch is a queen
queen's crape myrtle
native to Asia, Australia, and East Indies, where it provides timber called pyinma; used elsewhere as an ornamental for its large showy flowers
queen's cup
plant with 1 or 2 white starlike flowers on short leafless stalks; Alaska to California and east to Oregon and Montana
queen-size
(used especially of beds) not as large as king-size; "a queen-sized bed
queen-size
A queen-size bed is larger than a double bed, but smaller than a king-size bed. a queen-size bed, sheet etc is a bed for two people that is larger than the standard size double bed, king-size , single (6)
queen-size
(used especially of beds) not as large as king-size; "a queen-sized bed"
God Save the Queen
A formal statement at the end of many proclamations issued by the Queen or in her name
God Save the Queen
An expression of one’s patriotism and hope for the long life of the monarch, especially in her presence
God Save the Queen
The national anthem of the United Kingdom
Homecoming Queen
In colleges and high schools, a young lady, chosen by her peers, to "reign" over the traditional activities associated with the Homecoming football game
May Queen
A girl chosen to walk at the front of the May Day procession
Queens
Queens county, NY; the county that the borough of Queens resides in
bean queen
A person, usually a white male, who is primarily attracted to Hispanic and Latino males
beauty queen
The female winner of a beauty contest
bio queen
A biologically female performance artist who performs in female drag at drag shows, or acts like a drag queen. Essentially a woman pretending to be a man who is mimicking or parodying another woman
drag queen
A male who dresses up in women's clothing, typically for public performance. The man's clothing and makeup are typically greatly exaggerated, so the end result is typically a parody of women in general
drag-queen
Attributive form of drag queen, noun
drama queen
Any exaggeratedly dramatic person, especially female
drama queen
A queen (effeminate man) who behaves and speaks in an overly dramatic manner so as to garner attention
faux queen
A bio queen
flaming queen
A homosexual, and often cross-dressing, man acting in an ostentatious and flaunting manner akin to a diva

Outside the cell, Jose carried himself like a true gentleman, yet behind his cell door with Candy, he'd frolicked about like a flaming queen; Jose traipsed around in homemade thongs, cropped T-shirts, cut-off shorts and shower slippers.

hangar queen
In the air forces, any grounded airplane which is being systematically "cannibalized" (stripped of its parts) so that other planes may fly
in the reign of Queen Dick
when pigs fly; never
leather queen
A gay man with a fetish for leather

To find the real Michel Foucault is to ask “which one”?Should we look at the life of the man himself, who as a boy wanted to be a goldfish, but became a philosopher and historian, political activist, leather queen, bestseller, tireless campaigner for dissident causes?.

prom queen
In colleges and high schools, a young woman, chosen by her peers, to "reign" over the school's prom and related activities. May reign alongside a prom king
queenly
Having the status, rank or qualities of a queen; regal

There was an innate refinement, a languid queenly hauteur about Gerty which was unmistakably evidenced in her delicate hands and higharched instep.

queenly
In a queenly manner; regally
race queen
A glamorous model, part of the pit crew in Japanese motor racing

cafes and shops exist in Tokyo and throughout Japan, where customers can be serviced by school girls, policewomen, race queens, or bunny girls.

rice queen
A gay non-Asian man who is mostly attracted to East Asian men

/ i am not a teriyaki toy / / a rice queen's dream a bowl of soy sauce to dip yr meat in /.

rice-queen
Alternative spelling of rice queen
riverboat queen
a large paddle steamer operating on the Mississippi river

I never saw the good side of a city until I hitched a ride on a riverboat queen.

size queen
A homosexual male or heterosexual male or female who is attracted to men with larger than average penises
speed queen
: The feminine form of speed freak; a drug addict, that abuses stimulants/uppers in particular
queening
Facesitting, also known as kinging or queening, is a sexual practice in which one partner sits on or over the other's face, typically to allow oral-genital or oral-anal contact, or to further ass worship or body worship. It is common for this position to form part of BDSM, involving dominance and submission, though this need not be the case
to the queen's taste
(deyim) Perfectly; just as anyone could want it; very satisfactorily

The rooms in her new home were painted and decorated to the queen's taste.

Dairy Queen
DQ a type of US fast food restaurant which sells ice cream and other foods, and is popular with young people
Dowager Queen
queen dowager, widow of a king
Ellery Queen
pseudonym of Frederic Dannay orig. Daniel Nathan and Manfred Bennington Lee orig. Manford Lepofsky born Oct. 20, 1905, Brooklyn, N.Y., U.S. died Sept. 3, 1982, White Plains, N.Y. born Jan. 11, 1905, Brooklyn, N.Y., U.S. died April 3, 1971, near Waterbury, Conn. U.S. writers. The two cousins collaborated on more than 35 best-selling detective novels featuring the detective Ellery Queen. They took turns writing stories about Queen after winning a detective-story contest with The Roman Hat Mystery (1929). The pair used the pseudonym Barnaby Ross to write about a second detective, Drury Lane. They also cofounded Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine (1941), edited numerous anthologies, and cofounded Mystery Writers of America
God Save the Queen
the national anthem (=the official national song) of the UK. The title of the song changes to 'God Save the King' when the monarch is a king
God save the Queen
phrase from the English national anthem
Harpers & Queen
a British magazine with articles and pictures about fashion, famous people etc
Mary Queen of Scots
Queen of Scotland (1542-1567). The Catholic monarch during the bitter Scottish Reformation, she was forced to abdicate in favor of her son, the future James I of England. After fleeing to England (1568), she was imprisoned by Elizabeth I. Catholic supporters plotted to place her on the English throne, resulting in her trial and execution for sedition. the daughter of the Scottish King James V. She became Queen of Scotland when she was one week old, but in 1568 she was forced to give up her position, and she escaped to England. Instead of helping her, the English queen, Elizabeth I (who was her cousin ) put her in prison. Many Catholics believed Mary should have been Queen of England instead of Elizabeth, who was a Protestant. Elizabeth later ordered Mary to be killed, because she believed Mary was involved in a secret plan to kill her. After Elizabeth's death, Mary's son James, who was the King of Scotland, also became the King of England (as James I). Mary had three husbands, and many stories and books have been written about her (1542-87)
Mary Queen of Scots
{i} Mary Stuart (1542-1587), queen of Scotland from 1542 to 1567
queen

    Турецкое произношение

    kwin

    Синонимы

    queen regnant, queen consort

    Произношение

    /ˈkwēn/ /ˈkwiːn/

    Этимология

    [ kwEn ] (noun.) before 12th century. From Middle English quene, from Old English cwēn, cwene. The same Middle English word also yielded quean. Ultimately from Proto-Germanic *kwēniz, from Proto-Indo-European *gʷḗn (“woman”).

    Времена

    queens, queening, queened

    Общие Словосочетания

    queen bed

    Видео

    ... Either Don't Stop Me Now or Killer Queen, which is ...
    ... now a new person, and I'm going to be the queen I know ...

    Слово дня

    amative
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