Definición de democratic en inglés:

democratic

Saltos de línea: demo|crat¦ic
Pronunciación: /dɛməˈkratɪk
 
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adjetivo

1Relating to or supporting democracy or its principles: democratic countries democratic government
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • What people see as democratic principles may sometimes have to be compromised.
  • In theory, the fund supports democratic institutions in the nations it assists.
  • You also think our freedoms will be reined in and our democracy will be less democratic.
Sinónimos
elected, representative, parliamentary, popular, of the people, populist;
1.1Favouring or characterized by social equality; egalitarian: cycling is a very democratic activity which can be enjoyed by anyone
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  • In many ways, running is the most democratic of sports.
  • It is a democratic sport for all people of all ages.
  • Most of all, footbag kicking is a democratic sport.
2 (Democratic) (In the US) relating to the Democratic Party: a Democratic fundraiser a Democratic governor
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  • In July and August the Democratic and Republican parties hold their nominating conventions.
  • He brought a variety of Democratic congressmen on stage to wave at the crowd.
  • No member of the Democratic congressional leadership commented on his charges.

Origen

early 17th century: from French démocratique, via medieval Latin from Greek dēmokratikos, from dēmokratia (see democracy).

Derivativos

democratically

adverbio
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • This country is a democracy, so its president is democratically elected by a popular vote.
  • But I do know we will be able to make these decisions democratically, with the right to choose what we really want.
  • I prefer having democratically accountable regulators who oversee what corporations do.

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