tribune

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From Latin tribunus, related to tribus (tribe) (from its original sense of "leader of a tribe").

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tribune (plural tribunes)

  1. an elected official in ancient Rome
  2. a protector of the people
  3. the domed or vaulted apse in a Christian church that houses the bishop’s throne
  4. a place or an opportunity to speak, to express one's opinion, a platform
    this new magazine's goal is to give a tribune to unmarried mothers

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Etymology[edit]

From Italian tribuna.

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tribune f (plural tribunes)

  1. platform, rostrum, podium
  2. stand, grandstand
  3. (architecture) gallery

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Italian[edit]

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tribune f

  1. plural form of tribuna

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Latin[edit]

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tribūne

  1. vocative singular of tribūnus