ditador

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Etymology[edit]

Borrowed from Latin dictātor, dictātōrem (a chief magistrate), from dictō (dictate, prescribe), from dīcō (say, speak).

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ditador m (plural ditadores, feminine ditadora, feminine plural ditadoras)

  1. A dictator

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