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Topic: GOVERNMENT

Date: 1300-1400
Language: Old French
Origin: Latin, present participle of regere 'to rule'

regent

noun
     
re‧gent [countable]
PG someone who governs instead of a king or queen, because the king or queen is ill, absent, or still a child
regent adjective [only after noun]
the Prince Regent
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