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Cle·o·pat·ra(klē′ə-păt′rə, -pä′trə, -pā′-) 69-30 bc.
Egyptian queen (51-49 and 48-30) noted for her beauty and charisma. Octavian defeated the forces led by Cleopatra and Mark Antony at Actium (31).
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(Animals) a yellow butterfly, Gonepteryx cleopatra, the male of which has its wings flushed with orange
(Biography) ?69–30 bc, queen of Egypt (51–30), renowned for her beauty: the mistress of Julius Caesar and later of Mark Antony. She killed herself with an asp to avoid capture by Octavian (Augustus)
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Cle•o•pa•tra(ˌkli əˈpæ trə, -ˈpɑ-, -ˈpeɪ-)
69–30 B.C., queen of Egypt 51–49, 48–30.
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|Noun||1.||Cleopatra - beautiful and charismatic queen of Egypt; mistress of Julius Caesar and later of Mark Antony; killed herself to avoid capture by Octavian (69-30 BC)|
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Cleopatra[ˌkliːəˈpætrə] N → Cleopatra
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n → Kleopatra f
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Cleopatra[ˌkliːəˈpætrə] n → Cleopatra
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