Translation of dictatorial in Spanish:

dictatorial

dictatorial, adj.

Pronunciation /ˌdɪktəˈtɔriəl//dɪktəˈtɔːrɪəl/

adjective

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    dictatorial
    • The act gave Hitler what he wanted - dictatorial power.
    • Trotsky even hinted that if, as seemed likely, Russia was again attacked by foreign powers, he would ask for dictatorial powers and direct the war effort.
    • Piedmontese commissars sent to Venice by Charles Albert were almost immediately withdrawn, and Manin assumed dictatorial powers.
    • Mussolini was not in a position whereby he could assert his authority and it is probable that the extent of his dictatorial powers never did equal those acquired by Hitler.
    • Such violent protests might have been tolerated in the past because there were no other channels for expressing opinions during the dictatorial regimes.
    • Only undemocratic, dictatorial and authoritarian countries would seek to deprive the right of others to speak.
    • They rejected a proposal that would have augmented the powers of the already dictatorial presidency.
    • The citizenry of totalitarian or violently dictatorial states have no legitimate means to discharge this fear.
    • So it appears that the Americans are quite happy working with extreme dictatorial regimes.
    • Previously, they had not just a dictatorial government, but in many ways a totalitarian government and leader.
    • Chile's return to democracy was preceded by 17 years of dictatorial rule.
    • This corrupt and dictatorial regime is fully backed by the western powers.
    • In fact, Lenin had not been less dictatorial or less ruthless than Stalin.
    • Mike explains why resistance was so difficult under the rigid, dictatorial regime which still called itself socialist.
    • Bishops who toed his line were given land, tax exemptions and dictatorial powers.
    • In response, she declares a state of emergency and assumes dictatorial powers, restricting many freedoms.
    • The Yugoslav regime became increasingly dictatorial, ruling provinces through military governors.
    • Napoleon now became Consul for life, with almost dictatorial powers.
    • In some cases, a republic may be a dictatorial or totalitarian state.
    • Is the appointed representative of a dictatorial regime a legitimate representative in the UN?