regency
Pronunciation
  • IPA: /ˈɹiːd͡ʒənsi/
Noun

regency

  1. A system of government that substitutes for the reign of a king or queen when that king or queen becomes unable to rule.
  2. The time during which a regent is in power.
  3. An administrative division ranking below a province in Indonesia.
Related terms Translations
Regency
Proper noun
  1. (UK) the historical period in the United Kingdom - specifically 1811-1820 - in which King George IV ruled as Prince Regent.



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