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Detailed Translations for ruler from English to Spanish

ruler:

ruler [the ~] noun

  1. the ruler
    la regla
  2. the ruler
    el gobernador
  3. the ruler (mister; gent; lord; master; king)
    el señor; el caballero; el maestro; el hombre; el dueño; el rey; el soberano; el profesor; el docente
  4. the ruler (authority)
    la autoridad
  5. the ruler (commander; lord)
    el jefe; el comandante; el capataz
  6. the ruler (monarch; sovereign)
    la majestad
  7. the ruler (usurper)
    el soberano; el usurpador
  8. the ruler
    – An on-screen scale marked off in inches or other units of measure and used to show line widths, tab settings, paragraph indents, and so on. 1
    la regla

Translation Matrix for ruler:

NounRelated TranslationsOther Translations
autoridad authority; ruler administration; authorities; authority; cabinet; capacity; circumstances beyond one's control; colonial administration; colonial government; command; competence; competency; dominion; establishment; force; force majeure; government; influence; local government; mastery; power; rule; strength; superior force; superiority
caballero gent; king; lord; master; mister; ruler Jonkheer; bloke; chap; cove; fellow; gent; guy; horseman; horsewoman; knight; man; mister; nobleman; officer; rider; squire; staff member; type; young man
capataz commander; lord; ruler boss; chief; foreman; foreman of a pile-driving gang; front-rank man; head; headman; leader; superintendant; superior; supervisor
comandante commander; lord; ruler airman; aviator; captain; centurion; chief; commander; commander-in-chief; commanding officer; flier; flyer; forewoman; general; headman; leader; lieutenant-colonel; major; master; pilot; scoutmaster; squadron leader; woman-leader
docente gent; king; lord; master; mister; ruler captain; educator; instructor; master; mentor; pedagogue; schoolmaster; skipper; teacher; tutor
dueño gent; king; lord; master; mister; ruler Jonkheer; caretaker; doorkeeper; hall porter; janitor; landlady; landlord; lessor; letter; nobleman; squire; young man
gobernador ruler governor; incumbent; regent; viceroy
hombre gent; king; lord; master; mister; ruler being; bloke; chap; cove; fellow; gent; guy; human; human being; individual; lad; male; man; mister; mortal; person; type
jefe commander; lord; ruler VIP; beginning; beginning of a letter; boss; captain; centurion; chief; chieftain; commander; foreman; forewoman; front-rank man; governor; head; headman; leader; master; principal; superior; topdog; tribal chief; viceroy; woman-leader
maestro gent; king; lord; master; mister; ruler LL.M.; boss; captain; chief; educator; instructor; jurist; lawyer; leader; legal expert; maestro; master; mentor; pedagogue; principal; schoolmaster; schoolteacher; skipper; teacher; tutor
majestad monarch; ruler; sovereign ceremony; king; monarch; respectability; rite; stateliness
profesor gent; king; lord; master; mister; ruler captain; educator; instructor; master; mentor; pedagogue; schoolmaster; skipper; teacher; tutor
regla ruler filter; instructions; issuing of rules; menses; menstruation; period; prescription; recommendation; regulation; rule; rules
rey gent; king; lord; master; mister; ruler Jonkheer; king; monarch; nobleman; squire; young man
señor gent; king; lord; master; mister; ruler Mr.; Sir; bloke; chap; cove; fellow; gent; guy; man; mister; sir; squire; type
soberano gent; king; lord; master; mister; ruler; usurper Jonkheer; absolute monarch; absolute sovereign; authorities; bloke; chap; establishment; fellow; governor; guy; king; monarch; nobleman; power; squire; viceroy; young man
usurpador ruler; usurper usurper
- rule; swayer
OtherRelated TranslationsOther Translations
- king; sire; sovereign
ModifierRelated TranslationsOther Translations
docente teaching
soberano aristocratic; considerable; dignified; distinguished; eminent; glorious; grand; kinglike; princely; prominent; regal; royal; sovereign; stately

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Synonyms for "ruler":


Related Definitions for "ruler":

  1. measuring stick consisting of a strip of wood or metal or plastic with a straight edge that is used for drawing straight lines and measuring lengths2
  2. a person who rules or commands2
  3. An on-screen scale marked off in inches or other units of measure and used to show line widths, tab settings, paragraph indents, and so on.1

Wiktionary Translations for ruler:

ruler
noun
  1. measuring or drawing device
  2. person who rules or governs

Cross Translation:
FromToVia
ruler gobernante machthebber — een persoon met gezag
ruler soberano beheerser — iemand die iets beheerst
ruler gobernante; soberano Herrscher — das Oberhaupt eines Stammes, Volkes, Reiches oder Landes
ruler regla LinealLeiste (meist aus Holz oder Kunststoff bestehend), an der Längenmarkierungen markiert sind, um gerade Linien (mit bestimmten Längen) zu ziehen
ruler regente Regent — ein regierender Fürst oder Monarch (Plural 1)

ruler form of rule:

Conjugations for rule:

present
  1. rule
  2. rule
  3. rules
  4. rule
  5. rule
  6. rule
simple past
  1. ruled
  2. ruled
  3. ruled
  4. ruled
  5. ruled
  6. ruled
present perfect
  1. have ruled
  2. have ruled
  3. has ruled
  4. have ruled
  5. have ruled
  6. have ruled
past continuous
  1. was ruling
  2. were ruling
  3. was ruling
  4. were ruling
  5. were ruling
  6. were ruling
future
  1. shall rule
  2. will rule
  3. will rule
  4. shall rule
  5. will rule
  6. will rule
continuous present
  1. am ruling
  2. are ruling
  3. is ruling
  4. are ruling
  5. are ruling
  6. are ruling
subjunctive
  1. be ruled
  2. be ruled
  3. be ruled
  4. be ruled
  5. be ruled
  6. be ruled
diverse
  1. rule!
  2. let's rule!
  3. ruled
  4. ruling
1. I, 2. you, 3. he/she/it, 4. we, 5. you, 6. they

rule [the ~] noun

  1. the rule (regulation; precept)
    la directiva
  2. the rule (authority; power)
    la autoridad; la potencia; el potencial
  3. the rule (official regulation; regulation)
  4. the rule (regime; reign; government; leadership; rule of life)
    el régimen político; el gobierno
  5. the rule (domination)
    el predominio; la dominación
  6. the rule (natural law)
    el sistematismo
  7. the rule (reign)
    la regencia
  8. the rule (basic rule; principle; maxim; rule of life)
    el principio; la regla fundamental; la máxima; el principio básico; el principio fundamental; la regla fija
  9. the rule (filter)
    – A set of conditions and associated actions that may be applied to certain tasks. For example, an e-mail rule might stipulate that all messages from a particular sender be placed into a specific folder. 1
    la regla; el filtro
  10. the rule
    – In Operations Manager 2007, an element in a management pack that defines the events and performance data to collect from computers, and what to do with the information after it is collected. A rule cannot set a health state. 1
    la regla
  11. the rule
    – A statement that is used to compose components. Rules are the event-condition-action (ECA) type of declarative statements that act upon data that matches the requirement specified in the rule. 1
    la regla
  12. the rule
    – A condition-action pair that prescribes the action taken when the condition is met. 1
    la regla

Translation Matrix for rule:

NounRelated TranslationsOther Translations
autoridad authority; power; rule administration; authorities; authority; cabinet; capacity; circumstances beyond one's control; colonial administration; colonial government; command; competence; competency; dominion; establishment; force; force majeure; government; influence; local government; mastery; power; ruler; strength; superior force; superiority
directiva precept; regulation; rule central government; domestic regulations; domestic rules; executive; executives; main pipe; policy; staff
disposición laboral official regulation; regulation; rule
dominación domination; rule command; control; domination; restraint
filtro filter; rule coffee filter; filter
gobierno government; leadership; regime; reign; rule; rule of life administration; board; board of directors; board of managers; cabinet; cable; colonial administration; colonial government; committee; direction; government; government of the state; local government; management; supervision; wire
máxima basic rule; maxim; principle; rule; rule of life article of faith; dogma
potencia authority; power; rule ability; authority; capability; capacity; degree; force; power; quality; strength
potencial authority; power; rule authority; capacity; force; intensity; power; strength
predominio domination; rule
principio basic rule; maxim; principle; rule; rule of life article of faith; basic assumption; basic principle; basis; beginning; central argument; commencement; dogma; ideology; initial phase; main proposition; maxim; mode of life; motivation; opening; outset; point of departure; precept; principle; regimen; rule of life; start; starting point
principio básico basic rule; maxim; principle; rule; rule of life article of faith; basic principle; basic rule; basic thought; basis; dogma; fundamental idea; initial concept; main principle; principle; rule of life; tenet
principio fundamental basic rule; maxim; principle; rule; rule of life basic principle; chief principle; dogma; fundamental principle; main principle; tenet
regencia reign; rule
regla filter; rule instructions; issuing of rules; menses; menstruation; period; prescription; recommendation; regulation; ruler; rules
regla fija basic rule; maxim; principle; rule; rule of life
regla fundamental basic rule; maxim; principle; rule; rule of life article of faith; basic rule; basic thought; basis; dogma; fundamental idea; initial concept; principle; rule of life
reglamento official regulation; regulation; rule
régimen político government; leadership; regime; reign; rule; rule of life political system
sistematismo natural law; rule candor; candour; decency; detachment; faultlessness; frankness; impeccability; irreprochability; joy; lawfulness; legality; legitimacy; light-heartedness; merriment; mirth; neatness; open-heartedness; orderliness; perfection; pleasure; purity; regulation; rightfulness; soundness; spotlessness; stainlessness; tidiness
- convention; dominion; formula; linguistic rule; normal; pattern; prescript; principle; regulation; ruler
VerbRelated TranslationsOther Translations
dar orden de charge; command; commission; decree; dedicate; devote; dictate; exert power; force; order; rule be in command of; charge; command; order; preside; take the lead
decretar charge; command; commission; decree; dedicate; devote; dictate; exert power; force; order; rule be in command of; bid; call; charge; command; dictate; direct; give notice of; instruct; ordain; order; preside; proclaim; take the lead
dominar exercise authority; exert power; order; reign; rule be the one in control; besiege; besieged; besieges; check; comprise; control; cover; curb; domesticate; dominate; encapsulate; enclose; evnvelope; have it taped; have the upper hand; include; keep back; moderate; predominate; prevail; restrain; rise above; subdue; surround; tame; tower above; understand; wrap up
ejercer el poder exercise authority; exert power; order; reign; rule
encargar charge; command; commission; decree; dedicate; devote; dictate; exert power; force; order; rule aggravate; assign to; board out; burden; commission someone; give an order; instruct; order; order someone; pre-order; put out
encomendar charge; command; commission; decree; dedicate; devote; dictate; exert power; force; order; rule assign to; give an order; instruct
extendir de una enfermedad reign; rule; spread a disease
imperar exercise authority; exert power; order; reign; rule dominate; have the upper hand; predominate; prevail
mandar charge; command; commission; decree; dedicate; devote; dictate; exert power; force; order; rule aggravate; assign to; be in command of; bid; bring; burden; capitulate; charge; command; contribute; deliver; deliver to the door; dictate; direct; discharge; dismiss; dominate; drop; enter; fire; force; forward; give an order; give up; hand oneself in; hand oneself over to; hand over; have the upper hand; instruct; lay off; lead; leave; mail; majorate; ordain; order; predominate; preside; prevail; release; remit; sack; send; send in; send to; ship; supply; take the lead
obligar charge; command; commission; decree; dedicate; devote; dictate; exert power; force; order; rule charge; coerce; compel; enforce; force; oblige; oblige to; ordain; order; press on
ordenar charge; command; commission; decree; dedicate; devote; dictate; exert power; force; order; rule aggravate; arrange; assign to; assort; be in command of; bid; burden; call; card-index; charge; class; classify; clean; clear away; coerce; command; compel; dictate; direct; do odd jobs; do out; entomb; force; get settled; give an order; give notice of; group; instruct; inter; oblige; ordain; order; preside; proclaim; put away; put in order; put out; put right; range; rank; redevelop; remove; renovate; restore; select; settle; shunt; sift; sort; sort out; systematise; systematize; take off; take the lead; tidy up
predominar exercise authority; exert power; order; reign; rule be the one in control; dominate; have the upper hand
prevalecer exercise authority; exert power; order; reign; rule have the upper hand; prevail
reinar exercise authority; exert power; order; reign; rule dominate; have the upper hand; predominate; prevail
- decree; dominate; find; govern; harness; predominate; prevail; reign; rein
OtherRelated TranslationsOther Translations
- govern
ModifierRelated TranslationsOther Translations
potencial latent; potential

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Synonyms for "rule":


Related Definitions for "rule":

  1. measuring stick consisting of a strip of wood or metal or plastic with a straight edge that is used for drawing straight lines and measuring lengths2
  2. something regarded as a normative example2
    • violence is the rule not the exception2
  3. a principle or condition that customarily governs behavior2
    • it was his rule to take a walk before breakfast2
  4. (mathematics) a standard procedure for solving a class of mathematical problems2
    • he determined the upper bound with Descartes' rule of signs2
  5. a rule or law concerning a natural phenomenon or the function of a complex system2
    • the right-hand rule for inductive fields2
  6. a basic generalization that is accepted as true and that can be used as a basis for reasoning or conduct2
  7. any one of a systematic body of regulations defining the way of life of members of a religious order2
    • the rule of St. Dominic2
  8. prescribed guide for conduct or action2
  9. directions that define the way a game or sport is to be conducted2
    • he knew the rules of chess2
  10. (linguistics) a rule describing (or prescribing) a linguistic practice2
  11. dominance or power through legal authority2
    • the rule of Caesar2
  12. the duration of a monarch's or government's power2
  13. keep in check2
    • rule one's temper2
  14. decide with authority2
  15. decide on and make a declaration about2
  16. mark or draw with a ruler2
    • rule the margins2
  17. exercise authority over; as of nations2
  18. be larger in number, quantity, power, status or importance2
  19. have an affinity with; of signs of the zodiac2
  20. A line printed above, below, or to the side of some element, either to set that item off from the remainder of the page or to improve the look of the page. Footnotes, for example, often appear below a short rule that sets them off from the main text on the page. The thickness of a rule is typically measured in points. (A point is approximately 1/72 inch.)1
  21. In expert systems, a statement that can be used to verify premises and to enable a conclusion to be drawn.1
  22. A set of conditions and associated actions that may be applied to certain tasks. For example, an e-mail rule might stipulate that all messages from a particular sender be placed into a specific folder.1
  23. In Operations Manager 2007, an element in a management pack that defines the events and performance data to collect from computers, and what to do with the information after it is collected. A rule cannot set a health state.1
  24. A statement that is used to compose components. Rules are the event-condition-action (ECA) type of declarative statements that act upon data that matches the requirement specified in the rule.1
  25. A condition-action pair that prescribes the action taken when the condition is met.1

Wiktionary Translations for rule:

rule
noun
  1. regulation
verb
  1. to regulate, be in charge of, make decisions for, reign over

Cross Translation:
FromToVia
rule dominación; mando; dominio HerrschaftRegierungsgewalt, Art und Weise, in der man regieren
rule regla Regel — Verhaltensvorschrift
rule mando; gobierno; mandato; orden; junta commandement — À trier
rule declarar déclarer — Faire connaître d’une façon manifeste.
rule gobierno; governamiento gouvernementaction, charge, ou manière de gouverner, de régir, d’administrer quelque chose, en particulier dans le domaine politique.
rule gobernar; regir gouvernerdiriger une embarcation à l’aide d’un gouvernail.
rule juzgar juger — juri|fr décider une affaire, un différend en qualité de juge.
rule regla règle — Principe, maxime, loi
rule nación; estado; reino; mando; gobierno règneexercice du pouvoir souverain dans un état monarchique.
rule reinar; gobernar; subyugar; regir régnerexercer le pouvoir souverain dans un état monarchique ; il se dit des princes souverains, même quand ils ne portent pas le titre de roi.
rule estatuto statut — droit|fr ensemble de lois, de règlements, coutumes, spécialement applicables, soit à des personnes, ou des groupes de personnes, soit à des biens.
rule mando; gobierno tenue — Traductions à trier suivant le sens.

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