- 英[zɑ:, tsɑ:]
- 美[zɑr, tsɑr]
- n.（帝俄的）皇帝; 沙皇; 独裁者; 独揽大权者;
He promised to appoint an AIDS czar to deal with the disease.
He had become czar through regicide.
Carol was sorry to hear that the Czar was coming back.
The Czar of Russia was overthrown in 1917.
After leaving the chapel the Czar inspected the chapter library.
The czar ordered the guards to drive people away.
The czar banished him to Siberia.
The czar was overthrown.
Well, if he were the Czar of Russia mong his subjects, it might be natural.
In return, the Czar gave the king of Prussia 55 of his best soldiers.
The Jews didn't like Czar, and they didn't want Russia to win this war.
The key was creating the post of quality - controlled czar , something Hyundai never had before.
1. a male monarch or emperor (especially of Russia prior to 1917)
2. a person having great power