Traducción de despot en Español:

despot

déspota, n.

Pronunciación /ˈdɛspət/ /ˈdɛspɒt/

Ver definición en Español de déspota

nombre

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    déspota masculino, femenino
    • History should have taught us that despots, nuclear powers, rogue states et al do not attack strong adversaries; they prey on the weak.
    • Here's a case where a POW was likely murdered, yet they are the same ones insisting that we leave the despot in power.
    • They have been consistent in their demands for firm international action to force the despot from power.
    • Most of the tyrants, despots, and dictators are sincerely convinced that their rule is beneficial for the people, that theirs is government for the people.
    • Also, the war generation lived through times when politicians and generals, dictators and despots, managed to squander untold millions of young lives.
    • I wonder to myself if the delusions of world leaders, tyrants, despots and even elected officials work the same way.
    • Like anyone else fleeing tyranny, many Muslims came to this country to escape the dictates of despots religious or otherwise.
    • For the past two decades he has made something of a name for himself dealing with many of the world's most notorious dictators and despots.
    • After all, the 20th century was a time when the world sang the praises of despots and despotism.
    • The Party's charter called for the violent overthrow of the U.S. government, and its officials took orders from Soviet despots.
    • And then there's an opportunistic foreign policy that equates despots with democrats and which has baffled the most seasoned of diplomats.
    • I believe aid to sub-Saharan Africa comes mainly from poor Europeans and ends up in the pockets - or Swiss bank accounts - of rich African despots.
    • However, I found his list of despots interesting in that there were a couple of notable absences who, by my reckoning, have more deaths on their hands than any of the ones he mentioned.
    • Thirty years of rule by benevolent despots who promote economic growth and development - even if it made sense - is simply not an option here.
    • When people are hungry and afraid and desperate, that doesn't happen, and they put despots in to take care of everything.
    • Most threw out despots after years of growing prosperity, learning and interaction with the world through trade, travel and media.
    • Of course the world shares the responsibility to rid itself of despots - and to avoid creating them in the first place.
    • And this makes the world's despots breathe a little easier.
    • What we don't want is Third World despots harming our economic interests abroad or murdering our citizens at home.