Translation of tsar in Spanish:

tsar

Pronunciation: /zɑːr; zɑː(r)/
czar

n

  • 1 (of Russia) zar (masculine)
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    • The crowned heads of Europe - kings, emperors, tsars, and kaisers - still entertained each other at regattas, manœuvres, weddings, and funerals.
    • When Washington was elected President of the United States in 1789, the Holy Roman Empire still existed, France had a king, Russia had a tsar, China had an emperor and Japan had a shogun - none of which exist today.
    • The last czar of Russia, Nicholas II, and his czarina, Alexandra, led a contented family life with four daughters and a son.
  • 2 (in government)persona nombrada para coordinar y aplicar la política gubernamental en energía, control antidroga etc., en una zona determinada
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    • We've heard about a lot of different czars climate czar, drug czar, now a border czar.
    • I think what Jack just said about our schools failing, we need an education czar.
    • Indeed, the government now desires a new regulatory agency under a sort of "czar for access."

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