English version

be crowned with something

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbe crowned with somethingbe crowned with somethingliteraryTOP having something on top every hill is crowned with a walled village crown
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be crowned with somethingAlmost every hill is crowned with a picture-perfect little walled village.The head, if that's what it is, is crowned with a tuft of rubbery antennae serving various functions.His head was crowned with an astonished crest of dyed hair.The three women, tall and elegant, were crowned with enormous pointed hats.Nearby, a stand is crowned with my collection of summer hats.All year round, the mountains are crowned with snow.In later times, he ascended to heaven to be crowned with stars.
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