sustantivo (plural autocracies)
1A system of government by one person with absolute power.
Oraciones de ejemplo
- It is generally customary to consider the doctrine largely in connection with those states which have been proponents of power, autocracy, and absolutism.
- Generations of people around the world have endured autocracy and dictatorship, totalitarianism, fascism, monarchy, oligarchy and even anarchy without knowing freedom.
- What they all had in common was that they weren't particularly democratic, being variations either on autocracy or on bureaucratic totalitarianism.
absolutism, totalitarianism, dictatorship, despotism, tyranny, monocracy, autarchy
1.1A country, state, or society governed by one person with absolute power.
Oraciones de ejemplo
- As compelling as the development-first thesis sounds, the empirical evidence is clear: democracies consistently outperform autocracies in the developing world.
- Aid agencies subsidized the worst collectivist autocracies, underwriting the very policies responsible for Third World poverty.
- We are at risk of becoming an autocracy in three key respects.
1.2Domineering rule or control: a boss who shifts between autocracy, persuasion, and consultation
Más ejemplos en oraciones
- Economic liberalization and behind the scenes military autocracy combined with a localistic nationalism became an influential new model.
- The defining battle of our era is to reestablish citizen rule over our government, our economy, our environment, and our society - and this requires the defeat of today's corporate autocracy.
- We in the Western nations long ago recognized autocracy in the public sector as poison, no matter how well-meaning the autocrat might be.
Mid 17th century (in the sense 'autonomy'): from Greek autokrateia, from autokratēs (see autocrat).
Palabras que riman con autocracyadhocracy, aristocracy, bureaucracy, democracy, gerontocracy, gynaecocracy (US gynecocracy), hierocracy, hypocrisy, meritocracy, mobocracy, monocracy, plutocracy, technocracy, theocracy
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División en sílabas: au·toc·ra·cy
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