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How to Pronounce czar?

Correct pronunciation for the word "czar" is [tsˈɑː], [tsˈɑː], [t_s_ˈɑː].

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"Czar" in context

The word czar is a title of authority used by rulers, most associated with the leaders of Russia. Historically, the czars held absolute autocratic power and were considered to be the sole rulers of the land, an example of a monarchy. Czar comes from the Latin word "Caesar" which was used to refer to emperors or other rulers. Other royalty have been referred to as czars throughout history, such as the Byzantine emperors who were known as Grand Czars.

In modern times, the term czar is used to refer to certain appointed individuals or roles in government.

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Usage over time for czar:

This graph shows how "czar" have occurred between 1800 and 2008 in a corpus of English books.


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