English to Afrikaans Meaning :: tyrant

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tiran, Caesar

Tyrant    :tiran


Tyrant - tiran

Tyrants :: tiranne


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1. dictator :: diktator

2. despot :: despoot

3. autocrat :: outokraat

4. authoritarian :: outoritêre

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6. slave driver :: slawedrywer

7. martinet :: Martinet

8. bully :: boelie

9. megalomaniac ::

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tyrant, tyrants

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