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sul·tan·ate

 (sŭl′tə-nāt′)
n.
1. The office, power, or reign of a sultan.
2. A country ruled by a sultan.
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sultanate

(ˈsʌltəˌneɪt)
n
1. (Government, Politics & Diplomacy) the territory or a country ruled by a sultan
2. (Government, Politics & Diplomacy) the office, rank, or jurisdiction of a sultan
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sul•tan•ate

(ˈsʌl tnˌeɪt)

n.
1. the office or rule of a sultan.
2. the territory ruled over by a sultan.
[1815–25]
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.sultanate - country or territory ruled by a sultansultanate - country or territory ruled by a sultan
country, land, state - the territory occupied by a nation; "he returned to the land of his birth"; "he visited several European countries"
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Translations

sultanate

[ˈsʌltənɪt] Nsultanato m
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sultanate

nSultanat nt
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We hope the government will ensure production of strong and cheaper biodegradable bags,' said Sultanat Khan, a vegetable vendor.
C' est dans la ville de la culture et des lumieres, Rabat, que le sultanat d'Oman a choisi cette fois-ci de lancer la promotion du Prix Sultan Qabous pour la culture, les arts et les lettres (2019).
In early 1200's Emperor Ghauri appointed Qutubuddin Aibak as his 'Naib us Sultanat' in India at the grand darbar in Lahore.
The Chakdara rally was addressed by Sultanat Yar, advocate Rahimullah, Syed Liaqat ul Mulk, Maulana Tahir Shah and other.
Iqbal Ahmed Amir, Head Coach - Karachi Zone, Nazim Khan Assistant Coach - Karachi Zone, Taimoor Mahmood, Assistant Coach - Karachi Zone, Kamran Hussain, Head Coach - Multan Zone, Ali Niazi, Assistant Coach - Multan Zone, Shakir Qayyum, Assistant Coach - Multan Zone, Faheem Shaikh, Head Coach - Lahore Zone, Shahid Mehmood , Assistant Coach - Lahore Zone, Wasim Yousafi, Head Coach - Rawalpindi Zone, Rabail Khalid, Women, Representative - Rawalpindi Zone Asif Islam, Assistant Coach - Rawalpindi Zone, Sultanat Khan, Head Coach - Peshawar Zone,Hajra Sarwar Women Representative - Peshawar Zone, Waqar Orakzai, Assistant Coach - Peshawar Zone.
Raza Shah Pehlvi, King of Sultanat of Oman Sultan Qaboos, former Prime Minister of Pakistan
by Times News ServiceThe Urdu translation titled 'Sultanat aur Sultan' will contain all the themes of the original Arabic book, including His Majesty's role in the development of Oman.
Robert Weener visited NHI in his role as the Bailli Delegue for the Bailliage du Sultanat d' Oman also known as the Chaine De Rotisseurs.
So why do they have to prove anything?" A former Miss India Universe, Juhi made her cinematic debut with the 1986 film Sultanat. But she came into the spotlight in 1988 with the success of romantic drama Qayamat Se Qayamat Tak.
Summary: New Delhi [India], October 23 (ANI): The Congress Party on Monday said that the Election Commission (EC) has allowed its own credibility to be dented by not announcing the poll dates in Gujarat, while adding that Prime Minister Narendra Modi was not a 'Shahenshah' (Emperor) and India was not his 'Sultanat' (Empire).
[beaucoup moins que] L'Algerie ne s'est pas distinguee par cette appreciation pourtant [beaucoup moins que] judicieuse [beaucoup plus grand que] des autres pays du monde musulman, comme voudraient le faire croire certaines parties [beaucoup plus grand que], a-t-on ajoute, citant l'exemple de pays freres tels [beaucoup moins que] le Maroc, la Libye, l'Irak, le Sultanat d'Oman, l'Indonesie, la Malaisie et le Nigeria [beaucoup plus grand que].