palace

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Singular
palace

Plural
palaces

The palace at Versailles
  1. (countable) A palace is the home of a king or queen.
    Elizabeth II of England lives in a palace in London, called Buckingham Palace.
  2. (countable) A palace is a big, very grand house, often the home of someone important like a president or bishop.
    During the revolution, soldiers guarded the gates of the president's palace.

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