female ruler of an independent state
wife of a king
woman, place or thing regarded as best or most important in some way
fertile female insect that produces eggs for the whole group
(in chess) the most powerful piece on the board, used for attack and defence; (in a pack of playing cards) any of the four cards with the picture of queen on
a male homosexual
(in chess) change (a pawn) into a queen by moving it across the board to the opponent's end; be changed in this way
"Paris is the queen of cities"
"the queen of ocean liners"
"her pawn queened"
Hermione, Queen to the worthy Leontes, King of Sicilia.
出自：Winter's Tale , Shakespeare
Spenser..flourished in the reign of Queen Elizabeth.
Nan..still queened it over the rest of the staff.
出自： J. Gathorne
The bride was in full folly, queening it before the groom.
出自： V. S. Pritchett
She's not the kind of girl to let promotion go to her head.Not the sort to queen it over the ordinary nurses.