Definición de autocrat en inglés:

autocrat

Saltos de línea: auto|crat
Pronunciación: /ˈɔːtəkrat
 
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sustantivo

1A ruler who has absolute power: like many autocrats, Franco found the exercise of absolute power addictive
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • And he was, if you like, an absolute autocrat, a ruler.
  • As revolution spread to Palermo, Milan and Naples it seemed as if the people of Italy could break the domination of the myriad of foreign rulers and domestic autocrats.
  • They established a framework for a strongly authoritarian government and placed no limitations on the powers of the autocrat.
Sinónimos
1.1An imperious person who insists on complete obedience from others: Eva was an autocrat—people didn’t argue unless they had a lot of courage
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • The rights of individuals are no longer inalienable, nor are their persons inviolable; all depends on the good will of the Commander, the military autocrat.
  • But, in corporations, the autocrats who run these places can't leave people on their own.
  • In other words, churches had been razed on the basis of an untruth, while the laity - who generally opposed changes mandated by clerical autocrats - were expected to foot the bill.

Origen

early 19th century: from French autocrate, from Greek autokratēs, from autos 'self' + kratos 'power'.

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