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 (zä-rē′nə, tsä-)
Variant of czarina.
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(zɑːˈriːnə) or




(zɑːˈrɪtsə) or


(Historical Terms) the wife of a Russian tsar; Russian empress
[from Italian, Spanish czarina, from German Czarin]
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Noun1.tsarina - the wife or widow of a czartsarina - the wife or widow of a czar    
female aristocrat - a woman who is an aristocrat
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[zɑːˈriːnə] Nzarina f
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tzarina, czarina [zɑːˈriːnə] ntsarine f
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nZarin f
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[zɑːˈriːnə] nzarina
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"Everything in life doesn't go the way you want it to, but there are always solutions to those hiccups," the TV tsarina had written on social media, while announcing the "path-changing" phase of her life in January.
Undeterred, the sisters become resolved to make their mark by falling in with the lonely, depressed Tsarina Alexandra, who--as an Anglo-German--is also an outsider and is not fully accepted by members of the court.
"He had to be very careful he wasn't seen to be sticking the Tsarina, who was Queen Victoria's granddaughter, and the man who had been Emperor of Russia somewhere out of the way." Alexandra, 34, added: "The king did not take his decision to deny the Romanovs asylum in Britain lightly.
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