- To·dor [taw-dawr] /ˈtɔ dɔr/, 1911–98, Bulgarian political leader: prime minister 1962–71, president 1971–89.
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- Todor (ˈtɔdor). 1911–98, Bulgarian statesman and party leader; prime minister (1962–71); president (1971–89)
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