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tsar

noun [C] ( also czar)
 
 
/zɑːr/
RULER a male Russian ruler before 1917Royalty, aristocracy and titlesLeaders of national and regional governments
OFFICIAL a powerful official who makes important decisions for the government about a particular activityPeople in charge of or controlling other peopleBosses, managers and directors
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