(n.) = crown. Ex: Undaunted, they have risen again and their leader continues to wear the crown of world's best player with some ease. ---- * abogado de la corona = Queen's Counsel (QC). * corona de flores = wreath. * derecho de autor de la Corona = Crown copyright. * joyas de la corona = crown jewels. (n.) = Krone [Kroner, -pl.] ; crown. Ex: Only with a turnover of 1 million Kroner annually will the courses be self-financing. Ex: This article discusses the economic aspects of the work of libraries and shows that the Slovak Library Network (i.e. 9,118 libraries) cost 364,778,546 Kcs (Czechoslovak crowns) in 1988. ---- * media corona = half-crown monthly magazine. * revista de media corona = half-crown magazine. (n.) = corona [coronae/coronas, -pl] ; cusp. Nota: De diente. Ex: Coronae are circular to elliptical features marked by a ring of concentric ridges, and are thought to result from the flow of heat in the planet's interior = Las Coronas son formas entre circulares y elípticas marcadas por un anillo de crestas concéntricas y se cree que son el resultado del flujo de calor en el interior del planeta. Ex: Canine teeth, otherwise known as cuspids, each possess a single cusp, while premolars, otherwise known as bicuspids, possess two each. (v.) = enthrone ; crown. Ex: Modern life 'enthrones reason over impulse'. Ex: Duc was dethroned three days after he was crowned, he was then jailed and died seven days later of starvation. ---- * coronar campeón = crown + Nombre + champion. * coronar con = crown with. (v.) = crest. Ex: Rivers in southern Minnesota are expected to crest lower than previously forecast within the next week.