Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Royalty"

The meaning of "Royalty" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does "with royalty" in The Pembroke variety of this breed is popular with royalty. mean?
A: They mean literal "royalty," as in the Queen of England who favors this breed of dog (or its cross-mix with dachshunds).

So the phrase could be "...is popular with the British Royal Family."
Q: What does You get too close, you get a royalty high mean?
A: I think it's a play on "contact high", which is when you start to feel high (on weed) when you're around other people who are high (on weed). It's saying if you're around the queen, you start to feel royal, just like her.
Q: What does You get too close, you'll get a royalty high mean?
A: Hi! ☺️🙌🏻I hope you are doing well so far!
I will like to help you get your answer.

So, the meaning of “You get too close, you’ll get a royalty high” is that someone is near or beside another person, which he will get another level of hierarchy in a royal family.

For example:
〰️👩🏻‍🦱Laura as a commoner is so nice with me,😍 and always is beside me 👫,and I’m the King of China 🇨🇳🤴🏻. I think I shall give her another level of royalty, she will be the Queen!👸 and I will love her forever.❤️


I hope this helped you! Any question let me know. 👍🏻
Q: What does You get too close, you'll get a royalty high mean?
A:

Contact high; definition

A contact high is a psychological phenomenon that occurs in otherwise sober people and animals who come into contact with someone who is under the influence of drugs. It involves a supposed transfer of the physiological state of intoxication.

For contact, substitute royalty

For drugs, substitute power
Q: What does He is royalty mean?
A: It means that he is royal. But the correct phrase or the most common is he is of royalty.

Example sentences using "Royalty"

Q: Please show me example sentences with "royalty" in 243.
A: "royalty" - means, like a king/queen/emperor/empress, someone who is especially highly-regarded and well-respected by everyone or treated that way. Also someone from that kind of a family.
- "The local drug dealers are like royalty in my neighborhood."
- "My dog acts like he's royalty in my house"

Synonyms of "Royalty" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between royalty and imperial ?
A: So royalty (using the first definition) specifically refers to the group of people in the leading class of a group of people (specifically kings and queens and their family’s). This is determined by blood usually. And imperial relates specifically to an empire not just the rulers of that empire think of “the imperial army” or “the imperial government”
Q: What is the difference between royalty and loyality ?
A: Loyalty is the state of being loyal; fidelity while royalty is the rank, status, power or authority of a monarch.
Q: What is the difference between royalty and loyalty ?
A: Royalty = people of high status
Loyalty = staying true to someone or something; trust

Translations of "Royalty"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? royalty
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Q: Japanese royalty who is representative of Japan, engage diplomacy. Does this sound natural?
A: @Ri-na Japanese royalty, representing Japan, engage in diplomacy.

Representing Japan, Japanese royalty engage in diplomacy.

Japanese royalty engage in diplomacy on behalf of Japan.
Q: What does it mean "owe in royalties "?
A: When you use a song or a published work, you have to pay a fee (money) to the owner (copyright owner). This fee is called a "royalty". When you have not paid the fee yet, you owe it to the owner. If CNN still owes $300 to the owner, we can say "CNN owes $300 in royalties".

基本的に、そつはレコードレーベルの会社とか出版会社とかをまだ払いなかったから、今なんか借金があるのです。
これです:http://ja.wikipedia.org/wiki/ロイヤルティー

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