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noun
  1. 3
    the top part of your head

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    1. a.
      the part of a hat that covers the crown of your head

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  2. 4
    a cover for a tooth that has broken or decayed badly

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  3. 5
    the round top part of a hill

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  4. 6

    the crown

    or

    the Crown

    formal the king or queen

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      the crown

      the position of being king or queen

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  5. 7
    the wide circular top part of some types of tree

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  6. 8
    a unit of money used in the U.K. in the past

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      a unit of money used in some European countries

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