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

The meaning of "Prince" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does the prince rode on laughing as Violet watched agap mean?
A: This would mean the prince left as the princess watched, shocked. Agape refers to her mouth being wide open because she is so shocked she can’t control it
Q: What does "Why can't you be like the Happy prince?" mean?
A: I haven't heard that one before, but I think it means that the person speaking wants you to act happy like the prince they are referring to.
Q: What does imagine an exiled prince who is unaware of the Golconda in his cuff links mean?
A: I see. I assume it means he doesn’t realize how wealthy he is or doesn’t appreciate it. That’s how I would interpret it, anyway.
Q: What does Bless me,' says the young prince, `what will we do? If we return without the steed we will lose our heads, so I see we are ill fixed on both sides.'

fixed on both sides-?
What does it mean? mean?
A: "On both sides" = either way, no matter which course of action they take. "Fixed" here means something like "situated" or "placed": that either way they face unpleasant consequences, are in a bad position/spot, etc.

Synonyms of "Prince" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between prince and princeling and princely ?
A: Prince is the son of a king. (The prince waved at the people.)

Princeling is an uncommon word for a young prince -- probably used in a teasing or offensive manner. (The princeling's toys were spread around the floor.)

Princely is a way of describing something as opulent or grand -- something worthy of a prince. (His manner was princely despite his ragged clothes.)
Q: What is the difference between prince and monarch and sovereign ?
A: A prince is a male ruler ranked below a king and above a duke or member of a monarch's or former monarch's family. Prince is also a title of nobility, often hereditary, in some European states

A monarch is a sovereign head of state in a monarchy. A monarch may exercise the highest authority and power in the state, or others may wield that power on behalf of the monarch.

Sovereign is defined as ruler with unlimited power, the chief or greatest, or independent. A king is an example of someone with sovereignpowers. The value that is most important to a company is an example of something sovereign. A country that has become independent is an example of something sovereign.
Q: What is the difference between prince of Wales and prince Wales ?
A: There is no such thing as prince Wales. There is Prince of Wales.

Translations of "Prince"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? Supposed prince
A: ごめんなさいわかりません。Supposed Prince would mean, the person that is believed to be the next King, or the person that is believed to be the son of the King. "彼は王の子息が思います。”
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? the prince of iraq
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? prince Charles where are you
A: obviously after spending a long life he must have to b budhhhhh
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? prince
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Other questions about "Prince"

Q: Please show me how to pronounce prince's, princess.
A: prince's
Q: A prince decided to go out of the palace and had a look at how people lived outside of the palace and whether they felt true joy. He went out of the palace and walked down the streets. He saw vendors working busily and making a hubbub of noise and they didn’t appear joyful. Then he passed by a field and saw some people working there, covered in sweat, with their faces to the soil, and their backs to the sun. They had no joy at all. He continued walking, and then he heard joyful singing from distance. He felt surprised. Following the singing, he walked into a cottage, where he saw a cobbler working while humming a ditty. does this sound natural?
A: A prince decided to go out of the palace to have a look at how people lived outside of the palace and whether they felt true joy. He went out of the palace and walked down the streets. He saw that vendors didn't appear joyful as they were working busily, making a hubbub of noise. Then, he passed by a field and saw some people working there, covered in sweat, with their faces to the soil, and their backs to the sun. They had no joy at all. He continued walking, and then he heard joyful singing from a distance. He felt surprised. Following the direction of the singing, he walked into a cottage, where he saw a cobbler working while humming a ditty.

Just a quick tip:
instead of "to go out...and had a look...", you should be using "to go out...and have a look..." because verbs after "to" have to be in their simplest form of tense.
Q: I was dubbed the prince of the stage, at then. does this sound natural?
A: if your speaking about a past event you would say, "I was dubbed The Prince of the Stage, back then." or "At that time, I was dubbed The Prince of the Stage."
Q: When a prince looks me into my eyes I feel weak and my knees are shaking. does this sound natural?
A: "When he looks me in the eyes" or "When he looks into my eyes". Choose one or the other, but not both.
Q: A prince of very intelligential alien play a prank in the Earth. does this sound natural?
A: I'm not too sure what you are trying to say, but I'll give it a try.

"A prince with alien-like intelligence played a prank on the Earth."

Or

"A very intelligent alien prince played a prank on the Earth."

A prank IN the earth: talks about the location of the prank.
A prank ON the earth: talks about who received the prank.

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