Examples of czar in a Sentence
a showbiz czar who is said to be able to make or break a career
Recent Examples of czar from the Web
Earlier Tuesday, CBS announced a management shake-up at its entertainment division, with Glenn Geller stepping down as president and Kelly Kahl, the network's longtime scheduling czar, taking his place.
Obama’s drug-czar office was also concerned that decriminalization would obstruct its efforts to solve the opioid epidemic that was creeping across the country.
The assertions, if substantiated, could upend politics in China, the world’s second-biggest economy, possibly driving a wedge between President Xi Jinping and Wang Qishan, the anticorruption czar.
Macron met Putin amid the gold and marble of Versailles and showed him around an exhibition commemorating Russian czar Peter the Great, who visited France in 1717.
Unfortunately, things stalled again with the czar’s assassination in 1881, and it was left to his successor, Alexander III, to issue the formal resolution in 1886.
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CZAR Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of czar for English Language Learners
: the title of the ruler of Russia before 1917
: a very powerful person in a particular business or activity
—used as an unofficial title for the person who is in charge of a government office or department
CZAR Defined for Kids
Definition of czar for Students
: the ruler of Russia before 1917
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