tribune
Pronunciation
  • IPA: /ˈtɹɪbjuːn/, /tɹɪˈbjuːn/
Noun

tribune (plural tribunes)

  1. An elected official in Ancient Rome.
  2. A protector of the people.
  3. The domed or vaulted apse in a Christian church that houses the bishop's throne.
  4. A place or an opportunity to speak, to express one's opinion; a platform or pulpit.
    The new magazine's goal is to give a tribune to unmarried mothers.
Translations Translations Translations
  • Russian: ка́федра
Translations
Tribune
Proper noun
  1. A small city/county seat in Greeley County, Kansas.
  2. An unincorporated community in Crittenden County, Kentucky.
  3. A small community in southern Saskatchewan.



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