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emperor

noun [C] uk   /ˈem.pər.ər/  us   /-pɚ.ɚ/
C1 a male ruler of an empire
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in Arabic إمبِراطور…
in Korean 황제…
in Malaysian maharaja…
in French empereur, impératrice…
in Turkish imparator, padişah…
in Italian imperatore…
in Chinese (Traditional) 皇帝…
in Russian император…
in Polish cesarz, imperator…
in Vietnamese hoàng đế…
in Spanish emperador, emperadora…
in Portuguese imperador…
in Thai จักรพรรดิ์…
in German der Kaiser…
in Catalan emperador…
in Japanese 皇帝, 天皇…
in Indonesian maharaja, kaisar…
in Chinese (Simplified) 皇帝…
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