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Translation of "tyrant" - English-Spanish dictionary

tyrant

noun   /ˈtaɪ·rənt/
someone who has too much power and uses it in a cruel way tirano, -a
(Definition of tyrant from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

tyrant

noun /ˈtairənt/
a cruel and unjust ruler tirano The people suffered under foreign tyrants.
tyrannical /tiˈrӕnikəl/ adjective ( also tyrannous /ˈtirənəs/)
of or like a tyrant tiránico a tyrannical ruler His actions were tyrannous.
tyrannically adverb ( tyrannously)
tiránicamente
tyrannize /ˈti-/ verb ( ( also tyranniseBritish))
to rule or treat (a person or people) cruelly and unjustly tiranizar He tyrannizes his family.
tyranny /ˈti-/ noun ( plural tyrannies)
an action, or the method of ruling, of a tyrant tiranía People will always resist tyranny.
(Definition of tyrant from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “tyrant”
in Korean 폭군…
in Arabic طاغِية, مُسْتَبِدّ…
in Malaysian orang yg zalim…
in French tyran…
in Russian тиран…
in Chinese (Traditional) 暴君, 暴虐的人, 專橫的人…
in Italian tiranno, -a…
in Turkish zorba, zalim, zulmeden kimse…
in Polish tyran…
in Vietnamese bạo chúa…
in Portuguese tirano, -a…
in Thai ผู้ปกครองที่เผด็จการ…
in German der/die Tyrann(in)…
in Catalan tirà, -ana…
in Japanese 暴君, 独裁者…
in Chinese (Simplified) 暴君, 暴虐的人, 专横的人…
in Indonesian tirani…
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