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emperor British & World English

A sovereign ruler of an empire

emperor moth British & World English

A large moth of the silk moth family with eyespots on all four wings

purple emperor British & World English

A large European woodland butterfly that has iridescent purplish-black wings with white markings

emperor penguin British & World English

The largest penguin, which has a yellow patch on each side of the head and rears its young during the Antarctic winter

Holy Roman Emperor British & World English

The sovereign ruler of the Holy Roman Empire

the emperor's new clothes British & World English

Used in reference to a situation in which people believe or pretend to believe in the worth or importance of something that is worthless, or fear to point out an obvious truth that is counter to prevailing opinion

tawny emperor in emperor British & World English

An orange and brown North American butterfly with a swift dodging flight, breeding chiefly on hackberries

Emperor Gratian in Theodosius I British & World English

(Circa 346–95), Roman emperor 379–95; full name Flavius Theodosius; known as Theodosius the Great. Proclaimed joint emperor by the Emperor Gratian in 379, he took control of the Eastern Empire and ended the war with the Visigoths. A pious Christian, in 391 he banned all forms of pagan worship

the emperor's new clothes in emperor British & World English

Used in reference to a situation in which people believe or pretend to believe in the worth or importance of something that is worthless, or fear to point out an obvious truth that is counter to prevailing opinion

emperor English Thesaurus

the Emperor of Austria

emperor English-Spanish

emperador masculine

Opus 73, the Emperor in opus English-Spanish

Opus 73, El Emperador

the emperor's brow was wreathed with laurels in wreathe English-Spanish

el emperador llevaba una corona de laurel(es)


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