führer


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füh·rer

also fueh·rer  (fyo͝or′ər)
n.
A leader, especially one exercising the powers of a tyrant.

[German, from Middle High German vüerer, from vüeren, to lead, from Old High German fuoren; see per- in Indo-European roots.]
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Führer

(ˈfyːrər; English ˈfjʊərə) or

Fuehrer

n
a leader: applied esp to Adolf Hitler (der Führer) while he was Chancellor
[German, from führen to lead]
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Füh•rer

or Fueh•rer

(ˈfü rər: Eng. ˈfyʊər ər)

n. German.
1. leader.
2. der Führer (de r), the leader: title of Adolf Hitler.
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führer

A German word for leader, often used to mean a tyrant.
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führer

also fuehrer
noun
An absolute ruler, especially one who is harsh and oppressive:
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