Meaning of tsarist in English:

tsarist

Translate tsarist into Spanish

noun & adjective

(also czarist)

See tsar

‘The Stalinist leadership rehabilitated prerevolutionary military and cultural figures, while championing the Soviet state as the natural heir of the tsarist empire.’
  • ‘When, in 1809, Finland became a grand duchy of the tsarist empire, the first seeds of national self-consciousness were sown.’
  • ‘The third period began with the fall of tsarist Russia in 1918.’
  • ‘His maternal grandfather, who fled Russia to avoid conscription by the tsarist army, was a Hebrew scholar, mystic, mathematician, and inventor who made boots and shoes for a living.’
  • ‘Assisted by the Germans, who hoped that he would undermine the Russian war effort, Lenin returned home and started working against the provisional government which had replaced the tsarist regime.’

Pronunciation

tsarist

/ˈzɑːrɪst/ /ˈtsɑːrɪst/