Definition of anti-communist in English:

anti-communist

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Pronunciation: /antɪˈkɒmjʊnɪst
 
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adjective

Opposed to communism: anti-communist demonstrators
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  • Above all fascists and their friends found an echo in ruling circles for their pro-Hitler, anti-Jewish, anti-communist beliefs.
  • He highlights how anti-communist prejudice has lent weight to a sympathetic view of the propertied classes particularly over the treatment of slaves.
  • A similar story was a regular feature of anti-communist propaganda during the Cold War.

noun

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A person who is opposed to communism.
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  • Yes, communists were liberals' friends; but more importantly, anti-communists were the liberals' enemies.
  • The core is the alignment of traditionalists, libertarians, and anti-communists into a coherent conservative movement.
  • During the Cold War, anti-communists dreamed of rolling back the tide of Soviet conquests but were constrained by the threat of nuclear war.

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