- adj.专制暴君的，似暴君的，专横的; 暴虐; 豪; 豪强;
- 名词: despot;
The money is running short , discontents are arising beneath these despotic rulers.
He is utterly despotic to [ toward ] his subordinates .
他对 部属 极为专横.
He was despotic, and she liked freedom; he was worldly, and she, perhaps, romantic.
他专横独断, 她却爱好自由; 他耽于利欲, 她却也许有点罗曼蒂克.
In order to prevent the establishment of a despotic regime, Kant demanded a separation of powers.
She become so morose and despotic, that her rule become intolerable.
People rose up against the despotic rule of their potentate.
We just can't stand despotic clauses like this.
His despotic actions are horrible.
The unchecked power of despotic rulers oppressed women the poor the continent - Europeans in around the globe.
1. belonging to or having the characteristics of a despot
2. ruled by or characteristic of a despot;
"moved from a feudal to a despotic order"
"his administration was arrogant and despotic"
3. characteristic of an absolute ruler or absolute rule; having absolute sovereignty;
"an authoritarian regime"
"a dictatorial rule that lasted for the duration of the war"
"a tyrannical government"