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支配者, しはいしゃ

  • shihaisha


noun (common) (futsuumeishi)

  • governor
  • leader
  • ruler

Examples of 支配者,しはいしゃ in a Sentence

They regarded him as their leader.
There was once a cruel ruler in the country.
The ruler was overthrown and banished from the country.
I'm going to complain to the manager.
The people resisted their cruel ruler.
It appears that I don't have it in me to have a harem in my charge.
He was the ruler of the Inca Empire.
The people revolted against their rulers.
Who holds the purse, rules the house.
This battle left Napoleon master of Europe.

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