In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1dictador masculinedictadora feminine
2(autocratic person)déspota masculinedictador masculinedictadora feminine
- They are not representative of the public and are behaving like dictators.
- Lucky to still be up, I assume they're fishing around for rich dictators as we speak, plus a manager, plus a defence.
- Saturday night the truth will be spoken and it will come from none other than boxing's dictator over the last decade, Roy Jones Jr.
- The ability of the surgeon to allow himself to become a partner, not a dictator, is critical.
- But golf is also such a threat to autocrats and dictators because it is a game that is built around the rule of law - namely the Rules of Golf.
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