It′s clever of Bob to cash his king and queen of diamonds.
鲍勃兑现了方块K 和Q 真是聪明。
At dawn I left the walled city of White King , Towering among the many-colored clouds.
A herald will proclaim the new king immediately the old one dies.
The brain, the king of organs, imperiously commands the whole army of muscles.
The ambassador personally conveyed the president′s message to the king .
The eldest prince precedes all men except the king .
The princess takes the title of queen when she marries the king .
Excuse me. Do I go straight on for the King Theater?
The French King attempted By splendid offers to seduce him from the cause of the Republic
The duke matched his daughter with the king ′s son.
The nobles overthrew the king .
The king feasted his friends (on chicken and coconuts).
The king was addressed as “Your Majesty”.
The king was shorn of his power by his nobles.
The king was disguised as a peasant.
The king is hurled from his throne.
The king must judge between them.
The king ′s cruelty excited a rising of the people / excited the people to rise against him.
The king ′s subjects protested against his imperialism.
The king ′s forces captured the city.
The king ′s banner was flying above his tent.
The king needed the assassin dead, for death of the man would be a catharsis for him.
The king bowed his will to the nobles′ demands.
The king mingled with the people in the streets.
A king is invested by being crowned.
The king printed his seal in the wax.
The king received the ambassador to dinner.
The treaty was confirmed by the king .
1.(in the UK) the national anthem when there is a male sovereign.
2.A person or thing regarded as the finest or most important in their sphere or group.
‘a country where football is _king_ ’
‘the _king_ of rock’
3.A piece in draughts with extra capacity for moving, made by crowning an ordinary piece that has reached the opponent's baseline.
‘The men move and take as at draughts, except that in capturing they move either forwards or backwards like a draught _king_ .’
‘This rule, known as flying _kings_ , is not used in English draughts, in which a _king_ ’s only advantage over a man is the ability to move and capture backwards as well as forwards.’
4.A playing card bearing a representation of a king, normally ranking next below an ace.
‘You should generally try to avoid playing aces, _kings_ , queens and jacks except when capturing or building with them.’
‘If there are any _kings_ in the deal then no one is allowed to trade and whoever was dealt the lowest card loses a life.’
5.The male ruler of an independent state, especially one who inherits the position by right of birth.
‘ _King_ Henry VIII’
‘At this time it was necessary for scientists to obtain patronage from their _kings_ , princes or rulers.’
6.The most important chess piece, of which each player has one, which the opponent has to checkmate in order to win. The king can move in any direction, including diagonally, to any adjacent square that is not attacked by an opponent's piece or pawn.
‘Cube was currently sweating with panic and moved his _king_ to the square on its left to avoid check.’
‘These pages cover general themes, such as the strength of the _king_ in the endgame, not hurrying, and the principle of two weaknesses.’
7.Used in names of animals and plants that are particularly large, e.g. king cobra.
‘He then films the snakes (mostly gopher and _king_ snakes) as they crawl and feed.’
‘Pregnant women and women thinking of becoming pregnant should avoid eating swordfish, shark, _king_ mackerel and tile fish.’
1.Act in an unpleasantly superior and domineering way.
‘he’ll start _kinging_ it over the lot of us again’
‘science _kings_ it over the realm of intellectual discourse’
2.Make (someone) king.
‘For history lovers, Richard the Second was dethroned by Bolingbroke, who was _kinged_ Henry The Fourth.’
‘Macbeth was _kinged_ after murdering.’
独上高台望四海 手揽云月傍天飞， 落叶重重已十月 归鸟凄凄啼心扉。