Definition of pressure group in English:

pressure group

Syllabification: pres·sure group

noun

A group that tries to influence public policy in the interest of a particular cause: an environmental pressure group
More example sentences
  • Greenpeace insist that they are an environmental pressure group.
  • When a political party becomes a pressure group it loses its credibility.
  • That's the difference between being a pressure group and a valid political party.

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