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Spanish translation of 'tyranny'

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tyranny

[ˈtɪrənɪ ]
noun
(literal, figurative) tiranía f

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Example Sentences Including 'tyranny'

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In this case, I imagine he'll rant and rave against the tyranny of time.
Tapply, William G A RODENT OF DOUBT (2001)
Sam missed his parents, not just because they might free him from Ellimere's tyranny.
Garth Nix LIRAEL: DAUGHTER OF THE CLAYR (2001)

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'tyranny' in Other Languages

British English: tyranny NOUN
A tyranny is a cruel, harsh, and unfair government in which a person or small group of people have power over everyone else.
He described these regimes as tyrannies and dictatorships.

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Translation of tyranny from the Collins English to Spanish
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