动词过去式:throned 过去分词:throned 现在分词:throning 第三人称单数:thrones
1 [C] special chair or seat used by a king, queen, bishop, etc during ceremonies （国王、君主、主教等的）宝座, 御座.
2 the throne [sing] royal authority or power 王权; 王位; 帝位
*Queen Elizabeth II succeeded to the throne in 1952. 伊丽莎白二世女王于1952年即位.
* Albania lost its throne (ie ceased to be a monarchy) after the war. 阿尔巴尼亚于战後废除了君主制.
* come to/ascend/mount the throne, ie become king or queen 即位
* be on the throne, ie be king or queen 在位.
3 (idm 习语) the power behind the throne => power.
[Date: 1100-1200; Language: Old French;Origin: trone, from Latin thronus, from Greek thronos]
a special chair used by a king or queen at important ceremonies
the position and power of being a king or queen
He is next in line to the throne (=will become king when the present ruler dies) .
In 1913, George V was on the throne (=was ruling) .
1. The aging king-abdicated his throne and went into retirement. 那老国王逊位退休。
2. The prince renounced his right to the throne . 王子放弃王位继承权。
3. Queen Victoria acceded to the throne in 1837. 维多利亚女王於1837年即位.
4. Queen Elizabeth II succeeded to the throne in 1952. 伊丽莎白二世女王於1952年即位.
5. He had been on the throne for barely eight months when he authorized this. 他批准这项措施时，登基才8个月。