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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.
Translations of “tyrant”
in Korean 폭군…
in Arabic طاغِية, مُسْتَبِدّ…
in French tyran…
in Italian tiranno, -a…
in Chinese (Traditional) 暴君, 暴虐的人, 專橫的人…
in Russian тиран…
in Turkish zorba, zalim, zulmeden kimse…
in Polish tyran…
in Portuguese tirano, -a…
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…
(Definition of tyrant from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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