- n. （古时威尼斯和热那亚的）总督
- n. (Doge)人名；(意)多杰；(法)多热
- doge (n.)
- "chief magistrate of Venice or Genoa," 1540s, from Venetian dialect doge, from Latin ducem, accusative of dux "leader" (see duke (n.)).
- 1. At the eastern end are St Mark's Cathedral and the Doge's Palace.
- 2. The doge was elected by a nominating committee of wise men.
- 3. Doge's Palace exemplifies the city's Gothic architecture.
- 4. Doge are your friends now.
- 5. Venice's chief ruler was called the doge, which comes from the Latin word dux, or " leader . "
- 威尼斯的主管被称为总督, 这个单词来自于拉丁语的 总督.
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