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re·gal

 (rē′gəl)
adj.
1. Of or relating to a monarch; royal.
2. Belonging to or befitting a monarch: regal attire.
3. Magnificent; splendid.

[Middle English, from Old French, from Latin rēgālis, from rēx, rēg-, king; see reg- in Indo-European roots.]

re·gal′i·ty (rĭ-găl′ĭ-tē) n.
re′gal·ly adv.
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regal

(ˈriːɡəl)
adj
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) of, relating to, or befitting a king or queen; royal
[C14: from Latin rēgālis from rēx king]
ˈregally adv

regal

(ˈriːɡəl)
n
(Instruments) (sometimes plural) a portable organ equipped only with small reed pipes, popular from the 15th century and recently revived for modern performance
[C16: from French régale; of obscure origin]
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re•gal

(ˈri gəl)

adj.
1. of or pertaining to a king or queen; royal.
2. befitting or resembling a king or queen.
3. stately; splendid.
[1300–50; Middle English < Latin rēgālis royal]
re′gal•ly, adv.
re′gal•ness, n.
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.regal - belonging to or befitting a supreme rulerregal - belonging to or befitting a supreme ruler; "golden age of imperial splendor"; "purple tyrant"; "regal attire"; "treated with royal acclaim"; "the royal carriage of a stag's head"
noble - of or belonging to or constituting the hereditary aristocracy especially as derived from feudal times; "of noble birth"
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regal

adjective royal, majestic, kingly or queenly, noble, princely, proud, magnificent, sovereign, fit for a king or queen Never has she looked so regal.
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regal

adjective
Large and impressive in size, scope, or extent:
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Translations
مَلَكي
královský
kongelig
konunglegur, mikilfenglegur
karališkai
karaļa-karalienes-karalisks
kralara/kraliçelere lâyık

regal

[ˈriːgəl] ADJregio, real
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regal

[ˈriːgəl] adj [manner, bearing] → royal(e); [splendour] → royal(e)
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regal

adjköniglich; (fig)hoheitsvoll
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regal

[ˈriːgl] adj (bearing, manners) → regale; (person) → dal portamento regale
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regal

(ˈriːgəl) adjective
of, like, or suitable for, a king or queen. She has a regal appearance; regal robes.
regally adverb
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COMBINE VARIETIES There are more than 500 varieties, from scented-leaf to trailing ivy specimens along with upright bushy regals. Combining different varieties together creates a beautiful, eye-catching range of colours and growth habits.
COMBINE VARIETIES: There are more than 500 varieties, from scented-leaf to trailing ivy specimens along with upright bushy regals. Combining different varieties together creates a beautiful, eye-catching range of colours and growth habits - even the foliage variations can be stunning.
Now be we duchesses, both I and ye, And sekered to the regals of Athenes, And bothe hereafter likly to ben quenes; And saved from his deth a kynges sone, As evere of gentil women is the wone To save a gentyl man, emforth hire myght, In honest cause, and namely in his ryght.
She will also do a film with Lav Diaz, alongside Piolo Pascual, Shaina Magdayao, and Joel Lamangan; also with Regals film, alongside Jessy Mendiola.
Summary: New Delhi [India], Aug 7 (ANI-NewsVoir): Team Hyderabad Ballers celebrated their victory over Goa Snipers and Jaipur Regals in the last round held in Chennai with a success party in their hometown.
[beaucoup moins que]Vous savez, a chaque fois qu'il fallait restaurer, on veille au moindre detail en vue de presenter une offre de plus en plus avenante ![beaucoup plus grand que] enchainait Oum Hani Saaf qui conviait l'assistance a savourer tous ces regals s'offrant aux de ses accompagnateurs.
Henry's analysis of a week's output, in mid-November 1962, from all fourteen dailies--the first of its kind--showed that a quarter of the editorial space was taken up by pictures; sport accounted for another 15 per cent; features for women and 'miscellaneous' features--'entertainment, competitions, reviews, and do-it-yourself advice', if I understand his table--accounted for 14 per cent of the editorial space; and 'service features'--the stock market guide, TV and radio guides, vice regals notices, the weather, and so on for 13 per cent (Mayer, 1964/1968: 211, 218).
The latest vehicles to be recalled for safety reasons include, among others, recent-model Chevrolet Camaros and Silverados, Cadillac CTS and ATS sports sedans, Buick Regals and LaCrosses.
* Athletics trademarks: those trademarks that relate in any way to college or university athletics, such as team names, nicknames, mascots, or cheers (e.g., REGALS for "[t]ank-tops"; (216) "[e]ntertainment services, namely, arranging and conducting of competitions for athletic events, tournaments, competitions and exhibitions," (217) or NC A&T AGGIES for "[m]etal key rings; license plates made of metal" (218))
But, just as Bowie can never hope to replicate his Ziggy Stardust heyday, so the 'glory' years of Arthur Scargill and Reliant Regals must be consigned to the past.
The Participating teams were Dabangg, Spartans, Regals Club, Barca, Arabian Falcons, Junior Man City, Scorpions, Never United and Terminators.