princenoun

  • ja王子、皇子、プリンス
  • enthe son or close male relative of a monarch, or a male royal ruler of a small state

Examples

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Mute
1.
Hey, can you make me a prince?
2.
There is a lot of gray area in "make me a prince."
3.
I could just make you a prince.
4.
- Oh, no. - Right.
5.
- You'd be snuggled up with that dude for the rest of your life. - Yo! Y'all seen my palace?
6.
Be specific with your words.
7.
- The deal is in the detail... - Got it.
8.
...which I don't really understand because if she already likes you, why change?
9.
I told you. She has to marry a prince.
10.
I just wanna go home, man.
11.
Okay, I can do that.
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Mute
1.
You have to stop moping about this peasant girl, prince.
2.
It's getting unhealthy!
3.
This place is filthy and you smell terrible.
4.
You don't understand, Vexler.
5.
I've never felt the way I did when I was with Al.
6.
She made me feel so free, like I could choose my own destiny.
7.
Don't worry, prince.
8.
You're still perfectly capable of choosing your own destiny, okay?
9.
Now, come on, your dad needs to tell you something.
10.
You're getting married.
11.
What?
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Mute
1.
A new chapter of my life has begun.
2.
As prince, I spent my days drinking, clowning.
3.
Now, I find myself the king.
4.
King Henry!
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Mute
1.
You really should've told me that you're like the Prince William of Asia.
2.
That's ridiculous.
3.
I'm much more of a Harry.