Definition of King's College, Cambridge from the Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary

 

King's College, Cambridge

 
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a college established by King Henry VI in 1441 as part of Cambridge University in England. The college chapel is one of the most impressive buildings in Cambridge and known for its stained glass. A famous service of carols (= religious songs) is held there every Christmas Eve and is broadcast on television and radio.