Translation for 'absolutist' from English to Russian
ADJ   absolutist | more absolutist | most absolutist
NOUN   an absolutist | absolutists
SYNO absolutist | absolutistic
абсолютистский {adj}
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Translation for 'absolutist' from English to Russian

абсолютистский {adj}пол.
Usage Examples English
  • The main goal of the Malcontents was to oppose the absolutist ambitions of the King.
  • Absolute monarchs are also associated with the rise of professional standing armies, professional bureaucracies, the codification of state laws, and the rise of ideologies that justify the absolutist monarchy.
  • The absolutist concept of the state was disputed in the Enlightenment period. repeated by Marx and Tönnies.
  • The religious pressure he imposed, along with his lack of personal charm, made him one of the most unpopular of Denmark-Norway's absolutist kings, but he was the first of Denmark-Norway's absolutist kings that never went to or was involved in a war.
  • His enlightenment attitudes also illustrate the mentality behind the centralising reform policy pursued by the absolutist government of his country.

  • Luís Vaz Pereira Pinto Guedes, 2nd Viscount of Montalegre, was a Portuguese soldier, who served on the absolutist side in Portugal's Liberal Wars.
  • During the Absolutist era, arms of nobility were granted by the King's herald, but this office was dissolved in 1849 when the absolutist era ended.
  • The absolutist idea is one that is set in stone and there is no changing a single part or the whole theory would be paradoxical, conflicting with all the beliefs an absolutist has come to live by.
  • The Vilafrancada was an insurrection led by prince Miguel I of Portugal, son of King John VI of Portugal, which sought to reestablish an absolutist monarchy in Portugal.
  • Douglas took a similarly-absolutist approach to the President's assertion of inherent power to cope with a national emergency.

  • He recognises himself as a free-speech absolutist and a Darwinian atheist.
  • The term now implies tyrannical rule. Despotism can refer to any absolutist or dictatorial regime or leader that uses their power in a cruel manner.
  • Andrew Corbet (1580–1637) was an English MP who opposed the absolutist tendencies of Charles I.
  • However the situation began to change in the 16th century, as meeting point of the capitalist expansion and the formation of the absolutist state.
  • Elli (Zoi Laskari) leaves home for a reason that the absolutist father (Alekos Alexandros) approached romantically. They started a rashly life.

  • The year 1823 gave the absolutists the opportunity they sought to end the liberal regime in Portugal.
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