Definition of -cratic in English:

-cratic

Pronunciation: /ˈkratɪk/

combining form

Relating to a particular kind of government or rule: bureaucratic democratic

Origin

from French -cratique, from -cratie (see -cracy).

Derivatives

-cratically

combining form
In corresponding adverbs.

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