enthrone


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en·throne

 (ĕn-thrōn′)
tr.v. en·throned, en·thron·ing, en·thrones
1.
a. To seat on a throne.
b. To invest with sovereign power or with the authority of high office.
2. To raise to a lofty position.

en·throne′ment n.

enthrone

(ɛnˈθrəʊn)
vb
1. to place on a throne
2. to honour or exalt
3. to assign authority to
enˈthronement, enˌthroniˈsation, enˌthroniˈzation n

en•throne

(ɛnˈθroʊn)

v.t. -throned, -thron•ing.
1. to place on or as if on a throne.
2. to invest with sovereign or episcopal authority.
3. to exalt.
[1600–10]
en•throne′ment, n.

enthrone


Past participle: enthroned
Gerund: enthroning

Imperative
enthrone
enthrone
Present
I enthrone
you enthrone
he/she/it enthrones
we enthrone
you enthrone
they enthrone
Preterite
I enthroned
you enthroned
he/she/it enthroned
we enthroned
you enthroned
they enthroned
Present Continuous
I am enthroning
you are enthroning
he/she/it is enthroning
we are enthroning
you are enthroning
they are enthroning
Present Perfect
I have enthroned
you have enthroned
he/she/it has enthroned
we have enthroned
you have enthroned
they have enthroned
Past Continuous
I was enthroning
you were enthroning
he/she/it was enthroning
we were enthroning
you were enthroning
they were enthroning
Past Perfect
I had enthroned
you had enthroned
he/she/it had enthroned
we had enthroned
you had enthroned
they had enthroned
Future
I will enthrone
you will enthrone
he/she/it will enthrone
we will enthrone
you will enthrone
they will enthrone
Future Perfect
I will have enthroned
you will have enthroned
he/she/it will have enthroned
we will have enthroned
you will have enthroned
they will have enthroned
Future Continuous
I will be enthroning
you will be enthroning
he/she/it will be enthroning
we will be enthroning
you will be enthroning
they will be enthroning
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been enthroning
you have been enthroning
he/she/it has been enthroning
we have been enthroning
you have been enthroning
they have been enthroning
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been enthroning
you will have been enthroning
he/she/it will have been enthroning
we will have been enthroning
you will have been enthroning
they will have been enthroning
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been enthroning
you had been enthroning
he/she/it had been enthroning
we had been enthroning
you had been enthroning
they had been enthroning
Conditional
I would enthrone
you would enthrone
he/she/it would enthrone
we would enthrone
you would enthrone
they would enthrone
Past Conditional
I would have enthroned
you would have enthroned
he/she/it would have enthroned
we would have enthroned
you would have enthroned
they would have enthroned
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.enthrone - provide with power and authority; "They vested the council with special rights"
instal, install - put into an office or a position; "the new president was installed immediately after the election"
consecrate, ordinate, ordain, order - appoint to a clerical posts; "he was ordained in the Church"
coronate, crown - invest with regal power; enthrone; "The prince was crowned in Westminster Abbey"
enthrone, throne - put a monarch on the throne; "The Queen was enthroned more than 50 years ago"
ordain - invest with ministerial or priestly authority; "The minister was ordained only last month"
2.enthrone - put a monarch on the throne; "The Queen was enthroned more than 50 years ago"
enthrone, vest, invest - provide with power and authority; "They vested the council with special rights"
dethrone - remove a monarch from the throne; "If the King does not abdicate, he will have to be dethroned"
Translations
يُجْلِسُ على العَرْش
krone
trónra emel
setja í hásæti; krÿna
celt tronī
tahta çıkarmak

enthrone

[ɪnˈθrəʊn] VT (lit) → entronizar (fig) [+ idea] → consagrar

enthrone

[ɪnˈθrəʊn] vt
(= crown) [+ monarch] → introniser
to be enthroned → être intronisé(e)
[+ bishop] → sacrer
to be enthroned → être sacré(e)
to be enthroned as sth → être sacré qch
(= establish) [+ idea] → établir
to be enthroned [idea] → être établi(e)

enthrone

vtinthronisieren; bishopfeierlich einsetzen; to sit enthronedthronen

enthrone

[ɛnˈθrəʊn] vt (frm) (king, queen) → intronizzare, collocare sul trono

enthrone

(inˈθrəun) verb
to place on a throne; to crown (as a king, queen, bishop etc). The queen was enthroned with great ceremony.
enˈthronement noun
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Entice the tyrant back with fair promises, kill him and enthrone.
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