dictator definition

  • noun:
    • a complete ruler.
    • A tyrant; a despot.
    • An ancient Roman magistrate appointed temporarily to deal with an immediate crisis or emergency.
    • One who dictates: These initials are those associated with dictator associated with the page.
    • Originally, a magistrate without colleague in republican ancient Rome, who held full government expert for a term issued because of the senate (legislature), typically to perform a war
    • A totalitarian frontrunner of a country, country, or government
    • A tyrannical boss, or expert figure
    • somebody who dictates text (example. letters to a clerk)
    • A ruler or Führer, the greatest degree of expert.
    • One who dictates; a person who prescribes guidelines and maxims authoritatively for course of other people.
    • One spent with absolute expert; specially, a magistrate developed in times of exigence and stress, and invested with unlimited energy.
    • an individual having endless powers of federal government; a complete ruler.
    • one invested with or working out absolute expert of any sort; person who assumes to regulate or recommend the actions of others; one that dictates.
    • a speaker who dictates to a secretary or a recording device
    • somebody who behaves in a tyrannical manner
    • a ruler who is unconstrained legally
    • a total ruler.
    • A tyrant; a despot.
    • an old Roman magistrate appointed briefly to cope with an instantaneous crisis or crisis.
    • a person who dictates: These initials are the ones of this dictator regarding the letter.
    • initially, a magistrate without colleague in republican old Rome, who held full professional expert for a phrase given because of the senate (legislature), usually to conduct a war
    • A totalitarian frontrunner of a country, country, or government
    • A tyrannical boss, or expert figure
    • A person who dictates text (example. letters to a clerk)
    • A ruler or Führer, the best amount of authority.
    • person who dictates; one who prescribes principles and maxims authoritatively the path of other people.
    • One spent with absolute authority; specially, a magistrate created in times during the exigence and distress, and invested with limitless energy.
    • someone having limitless capabilities of government; a total ruler.
    • an individual invested with or exercising absolute expert of any kind; a person who assumes to regulate or suggest what of other individuals; person who dictates.
    • a speaker which dictates to a secretary or a recording device
    • an individual who acts in a tyrannical manner
    • a ruler that is unconstrained by law

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