tyrants

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zorbalar
tyrant
zorba

Eski Ahit tanrısı kana susamış, küçük ve intikamcı bir zorbadır. - The god of the Old Testament is a blood-thirsty tyrant — petty and vengeful.

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zalim

Zalim hükümdarın zulmüne rağmen, kahraman cesurca mücadeleye devam etti. - In spite of the tyrant’s persecution, the hero valiantly carried on the struggle.

Bugün bir kral gibi davranan bir çocuk yarın bir zalim gibi davranır. - Today a child acting like a king, tomorrow a tyrant.

tyrant
zalim hükümdar

Zalim hükümdarın zulmüne rağmen, kahraman cesurca mücadeleye devam etti. - In spite of the tyrant’s persecution, the hero valiantly carried on the struggle.

tyrant
{i} despot

Böylece despot hükümdar, krallığı fetihte başarılı oldu. - Thus, the tyrant succeeded in conquering the kingdom.

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yıkıcı
tyrant
zorba hükümdar
tyrant
tırak
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tiranı
tyrant
tiran

Biz tiranın isteğine boyun eğmeyeceğiz. - We will not bend to the will of a tyrant.

Milattan önce 508 yılında , Atina hükümdarı Kleistenes bir tiran görünümünü önlemek için sürgün kurdu. - In 508BC, the ruler of Athens, Cleisthenes established ostracism to prevent the appearance of a tyrant.

bullying tyrants
zorbalar
bullying tyrants
zorba diktatörler
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cebbar
tyrant
kırıcı
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
plural of tyrant
tyrant
An oppressive, cruel and harsh person
tyrant
A harsh and cruel ruler
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An absolute ruler who governs without restriction
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{n} a cruel despotic ruler, an oppressor
Thirty Tyrants
(404-403 BC) Spartan-imposed oligarchy that ruled Athens after the Peloponnesian War. Thirty commissioners were appointed to the oligarchy, which had an extremist conservative core, led by Critias. Their oppressive regime fostered a bloody purge, in which perhaps 1,500 residents were killed. Many moderates fled the city; gathering a force, they returned to defeat the tyrants' forces in a battle at Piraeus in 403. The 30 fled and were killed off over the next few years
tyrant
Specifically, a monarch, or other ruler or master, who uses power to oppress his subjects; a person who exercises unlawful authority, or lawful authority in an unlawful manner; one who by taxation, injustice, or cruel punishment, or the demand of unreasonable services, imposes burdens and hardships on those under his control, which law and humanity do not authorize, or which the purposes of government do not require; a cruel master; an oppressor
tyrant
To act like a tyrant; to play the tyrant; to tyrannical
tyrant
An absolute ruler; a sovereign unrestrained by law or constitution; a usurper of sovereignty
tyrant
You can use tyrant to refer to someone who treats the people they have authority over in a cruel and unfair way. households where the father was a tyrant. In ancient Greece, a cruel and oppressive absolute ruler. The Greek tyrannos was a ruler who seized power unconstitutionally or inherited such power. Though tyrants often replaced aristocratic regimes that were themselves unpopular, the Greeks resented their illegal autocracy, and those who killed tyrants received high honours. Cypselus and Periander of Corinth and Dionysius I of Syracuse were among the most famous tyrants
tyrant
in ancient Greece, a ruler who had seized power without legal right to it
tyrant
a cruel and oppressive dictator any person who exercises power in a cruel way; "his father was a tyrant"
tyrant
An oppressive and harsh person
tyrant
a cruel and oppressive dictator any person who exercises power in a cruel way; "his father was a tyrant" in ancient Greece, a ruler who had seized power without legal right to it
tyrant
Any one of numerous species of American clamatorial birds belonging to the family Tyrannidæ; called also tyrant bird
tyrant
{i} despot, dictator, autocrat
tyrant
a cruel and oppressive dictator
tyrant
any person who exercises power in a cruel way; "his father was a tyrant"
tyrants

    Турецкое произношение

    tayrınts

    Произношение

    /ˈtīrənts/ /ˈtaɪrənts/

    Этимология

    [ 'tI-r&nt ] (noun.) 14th century. Middle English tirant, from Old French tyran, tyrant, from Latin tyrannus, from Greek tyrannos.

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