Definition of anticapitalist in English:

anticapitalist

Syllabification: an·ti·cap·i·tal·ist
Pronunciation: /ˌantēkapitl-ist, ˌantī-
 
 
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adjective

Opposed to capitalism.
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  • The lions at the base of Nelson's Column sported the latest anti-capitalist graffiti.
  • The last period has seem massive movements of young people develop in the form of the anti-capitalist movement.
  • Such a movement will need to take an anti-capitalist direction.

noun

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A person who is opposed to capitalism.
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  • Tony Blair urged fellow EU leaders yesterday not to yield in future confrontations with anti-capitalists who disrupted their Gothenburg summit.
  • Indeed, she has pinned a large portrait of the anti-capitalist on her living room wall.
  • In fact, the younger Packer seems to have been neither a dedicated anticapitalist nor an uncritical advocate of the welfare state.

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