Czar

[political term] Czar is an informal title for certain high-level officials in the United States and United Kingdom. Political czars can run or organize governmental departments, and may devote their expertise to a single area of work. The `czars` have various official titles such as adviser, director, administrator, or diplomatic envoy, bu...
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czar

[n] - a male monarch or emperor (especially of Russia prior to 1917) 2. [n] - a person having great power
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czar

Alternative spelling of tsar, an emperor of Russia. ...
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Czar

Czar (zär) noun [ Russian tsare , from Latin Caesar Cæsar; confer OPol. czar , Pol. car . ] A king; a chief; the title of the emperor of Russia. [ Written also tzar .]
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czar

noun a person having great power
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Czar

• (n.) A king; a chief; the title of the emperor of Russia.
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Czar

Czar (Tsar), is a former title of the Autocrat of all the Russias, not improbably a corruption of the Roman title Caesar. It was first adopted in 1579 by Ivan II. The feminine of czar is czarina, meaning the Empress of Russia.
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czar

Alternative spelling of tsar, an emperor of Russia
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