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despot如何读

英[ˈdespɒt]美[ˈdespɑːt]

despot自然拼读

des·pot

de spt

despot是什么意思

  • n. 专制君主,暴君;独裁者
  • n. (Despot)人名;(塞、罗)德斯波特

despot变形

复数:despots

despot词根

词根:despot

adj.

despotic 暴虐的,暴君的;专横的

n.

despotism 专制,独裁;专制政治

despot英英释义

noun

a ruler with absolute power and authority

tyrannical despots

one exercising power tyrannically : a person exercising absolute power in a brutal or oppressive way

regards the basketball coach as a despot

a Byzantine emperor or prince

Christianity a bishop or patriarch of the Eastern Orthodox Church

an Italian hereditary prince or military leader during the Renaissance

despot儿童词典英英释义

dessertnoun

a course of usually sweet food, fruit, or cheese usually served at the end of a meal

dessertnoun

a course of usually sweet food, fruit, or cheese usually served at the end of a meal

despotismnoun

rule by a despot : tyranny

a state or a system of government in which the ruler has unlimited power

despotnoun

a ruler with absolute power and authority

a person who uses power in a cruel, unjust, or harmful way

despot同义词

  • n. 专制君主,暴君;独裁者
  • Pharaoh, tyrant

despot词源英文解释

Middle French despote, from Greek despotēs master, lord, autocrat, from des- (akin to domos house) + -potēs (akin to posis husband); akin to Sanskrit dampati lord of the house — more at dome, potent

The first known use of despot was in 1585

despot 例句

1.Like Fela, Femi aimed his political ire at African corruption, his songs criticizing despots and dictators for destroying the continent's potential.

2."Because of his lifelong dedication to human rights and social justice, my father George Soros has become the enemy of choice for despots at home and around the world," he wrote.

3.However, in the movie’s key scene, the fearful peons decide that life under a despot might be preferable to death in a failed rebellion.

4.He has been a political leader for all times and a dissident for all despots.

5.The movie—slated for release later this year—stars Seth Rogen and James Franco, who attempt to assassinate North Korean leader Kim Jong Un after landing an interview with despot.

6.The despot will not be coming to the cloning lab today.

暴君今天不去克隆实验室。

7.The South Bank, for example, tends to bear the brunt of most of this devastation, which leads me to believe that most of these egomaniacal despots responsible are simply a bit narky about street entertainers.

8.Is a despot fussing that a nuclear warhead is round at the tip when he wanted it to be pointy funny?

9.After guaranteeing Ferrari's success, it's tempting to paint Ross Brawn as a raving despot who finally got to prove his unsung genius to the world last year.

作为一个使法拉利取得成功的幕后英雄,罗斯布朗被有些人认为是位疯癫的暴君,但是去年的比赛证明了罗斯布朗拥有非比寻常的天赋。

10.Gigliola is the castoff wife of a local despot, and her ruined body is a reminder that women here are in continual danger of condemnation — by friends, family and society.

11.Their common nemesis is an Eastern European despot, a genocidal maniac with a scholarly mien and personal touch played, it seems almost redundant to point out, by Gary Oldman.

12.Critics had questioned why there was room for despots in the Abbey while former British Prime Ministers Gordon Brown and Tony Blair, both from the Labour Party, were omitted.

13.Apparently the news of Russia invading Ukraine moved her read an open letter directed toward…the violent despot responsible for starting this war.

14.However, it’s wrong to posit that Kelly or any other journalists should shy away from interviewing influential madmen, despots or agents of disinformation.

15.He often read infuriating news items to me, grinning while I stomped around, haranguing the offending bureaucrat or despot or whatever.

16.It’s an enthrallingly sinister story involving the arrival at the Lamb house of a guru-like despot.

17.He is a despot and the leader of the Saviors, a group that runs a protection racket, offering small communities security in exchange for supplies.

18.All the time and money wasted on political posturing, the lives lost in wars, the populations abused by despots—all gone the moment the Thunderhead was handed power.

19.If there’s a villain in this book it’s “our implacable foe” Vladimir Putin, an “audacious despot” who gets a steady flagellation over the course of two chapters.

20.Yet the idea of the great conductor as despot is merely a blip in the history of conducting.

despot 同义词相关

caesar

dictator

führer

fuehrer

oppressor

pharaoh

strongman

tyrannizer

tyrant

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