Examples of crown prince in a Sentence
the Crown Prince of Spain
He's been heralded as the crown prince of jazz.
Recent Examples of crown prince from the Web
The crown prince became defence minister just hours after his father ascended the throne in 2015.
The crown prince has also slashed state spending in some areas and plans a big sale of state assets, including floating part of state oil giant Saudi Aramco on international markets.
The crown prince of Japan may be there for the ceremony.
Saudi Arabia’s young new crown prince has big ambitions: to kick the country’s addiction to petrodollars and ready it for the post-oil world.
Media events for the Telenoid in Denmark were attended by Japanese ambassadors and the Danish crown prince, who embraced the humanoid on-camera.
The crown prince also presented Stewart with his CBE: Commander of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire.
Choi favors compromise and makes several fruitless visits to the Qing war camp, but the king refuses to consider the enemy’s demand to turn over the crown prince as a hostage to obtain a cessation of hostilities.
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CROWN PRINCE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of crown prince for English Language Learners
: a prince who is expected to become king when the current king or queen dies
: a man or boy who people expect to become a leader in some field
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