例句1. a royal wave′
例句2. tourists can expect a royal welcome′
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1.Having the status of a king or queen or a member of their family.
‘contributors included members of the royal family'
‘Prince Fahd was the third member of the Saudi royal family to die in just over a week.'
‘Boromo Trailokanat resolved the question of succession by ranking every member of the royal family in relation to the reigning monarch.'
‘There wasn't a stiffness or an awkwardness, which there can be sometimes with other members of the royal family because you're so aware of protocol.'
‘After the service, blessing and reception the royal couple have spent this week on honeymoon on the Balmoral estate in Scotland.'
2.Belonging to, carried out, or exercised by a king or queen.
‘the royal palace'
‘the coalition obtained royal approval for the appointment'
‘West of the city there was also much activity around Westminster where an abbey existed from at least the 8th century and which later became the focus for a royal palace and the seat of power.'
‘Castles, stately homes and royal palaces comprise nine per cent of all listed buildings and industrial heritage accounts for five per cent.'
‘The Restoration brought back the Stuarts but not intensive royal patronage.'
3.In the service or under the patronage of a king or queen.
‘a royal maid'
‘His wife, he said, understood the pressures of a life as a royal butler because she was the Duke of Edinburgh's maid for 16 years.'
‘The TV chef once worked as a royal footman at Buckingham Palace, where he noted that the Queen hated food to be thrown away.'
‘She had been a royal Maid of Honour from 1853 and her marriage had brought her closer to the throne.'
‘When a guest at a ball for royal staff at Buckingham Palace the Duke asked her what she thought of the food.'
4.Of a quality or size suitable for a king or queen; splendid.
‘she received a royal welcome'
‘When we arrived at the club we got somewhat of a royal welcome and were ushered inside to a table set for six.'
‘Fans, teachers and fellow students gave him a royal welcome as he returned for the start of the final year of his sports diploma at the college.'
‘His visit had been a big media event in the Gulf too and he was accorded a royal welcome at the Dubai airport.'
‘The people of Tory Island and their King were treated to a royal welcome in Monasterevin last weekend.'
5.Real; utter (used for emphasis)
‘she's a right royal pain in the behind'
‘Then there was the fact that his supervisor, Arthur Jones, was a royal pain.'
‘Staff and residents at an Ilkley nursing home are preparing a right royal welcome for a special visitor to the town.'
‘Last Tuesday her dedication and hard work received a right royal accolade.'
‘This accident, sickness and unemployment cover is a right royal rip-off, as this article reveals!'
1.Real; utter (used for emphasis)
‘the royals are coming under the TV microscope'
2.A member of the royal family.
‘The princess is the third royal to visit Saskatchewan in the last three years.'
‘Mums are queuing up to get their hands on a classically designed pram favoured by royals and celebrities.'
‘Church officials were anxious to point out that the Anglican leader entertains royals, visiting heads of state, top politicians and secular and religious leaders from home and abroad.'
‘We don't live in a Renaissance city-state, or a monarchy where the royals and the aristocrats order up lots of art, portraits, and public buildings, and are patrons of writers.'
4.A paper size, 636 × 480 mm.
5.A book size, 234 × 156 mm.
6.A book size, 312 × 237 mm.