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tsar

noun [C] UK ( UK/US czar)
 
 
/zɑːr/
RULER a male Russian ruler before 1917
çar; Rus imparatoru
Royalty, aristocracy and titlesLeaders of national and regional governments
OFFICIAL a powerful official who makes important decisions for the government about a particular activity
hükümet adına kararları veren güçlü yetkili
People in charge of or controlling other peopleBosses, managers and directors
Translations of “tsar”
in Vietnamese Nga Hoàng…
in Spanish zar…
in Thai จักรพรรดิ…
in Malaysian Tsar…
in French tsar…
in German der/die Zar(in)…
in Chinese (Traditional) 統治者, (1917年以前俄國的)沙皇…
in Indonesian kaisar…
in Russian царь, высокопоставленный чиновник…
in Chinese (Simplified) 统治者, (1917年以前俄国的)沙皇…
in Polish car, decydent…
(Definition of tsar from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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