Significado de “emperor” - en el Diccionario Inglés

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emperor en inglés británico

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emperornoun [ C ]

uk /ˈem.pər.ər/ us /ˈem.pɚ.ɚ/

C1 a male ruler of an empire

See also

Ejemplos

  • He'd dressed himself up as a Roman emperor for the fancy-dress party.
  • This type of porcelain was made specifically for the Chinese emperor and the imperial household.
  • Hirohito was Emperor of Japan from 1926 until his death in 1989.
  • The Pope granted Charlemagne the title of Holy Roman Emperor back in the 9th century.
  • Constantine was the first emperor to promote Christianity.

Examples from literature

  • Emperor Qin was worried about the kingdoms to the north of China, especially Mongolia. 
  • Emperor Shah Jahan loved his wife very much. 
  • He became emperor in 27 BCE. 
  • In 1922, the government changed and there were no more emperors. 
  • It is difficult to be sure about things that happened so long ago, but there are many stories of crazy things that emperors did. 
  • Later, between 1368 and 1644, the Ming emperors made the wall longer. 
  • Now the soldiers themselves live the life of emperors. 
  • People in every part of the Roman Empire knew what the emperor looked like. 
  • Qin was emperor for only 12 years. 
  • Some say the doctors made a mistake, but some believe they wanted to kill the emperor. 
  • The Romans put a picture of the emperor on their coins. 
  • The emperor wanted to live for many thousands of years. 
  • The emperor was so sad that he wanted to build a beautiful temple for her. 
  • The first Roman emperor was a man called Octavius Augustus. 
  • The leader was called an emperor or an empress. 
  • There were about 130 emperors in the history of the empire. 

(Definición de emperor del Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

emperor en inglés americano

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emperornoun [ C ]

us /ˈem·pər·ər/

a male ruler of an empire

(Definición de emperor del Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)