Definición de bourgeoisie en inglés:

bourgeoisie

Silabificación: bour·geoi·sie
Pronunciación: /ˌbo͝orZHwäˈzē
 
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sustantivo

(usually the bourgeoisie)
1The middle class, typically with reference to its perceived materialistic values or conventional attitudes.
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • The legacy of Stalinism has been to create massive confusion in the former-Soviet working class, which has enabled the national bourgeoisies to re-establish themselves on the same lines as in 1920.
  • The creation of these states with their rival bourgeoisies only served to divide the powerful working class of the sub-continent and subjugate them to the dictates of finance capital.
  • To offset these dangers, the UN brought together three basic forces - the imperialist powers, led by the US; the Stalinist bureaucracy in the USSR; and the national bourgeoisies in the colonial and economically backward countries.
1.1(In Marxist contexts) the capitalist class who own most of society’s wealth and means of production.
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • That means that in capitalist economies the bourgeoisie will be the ruling class.
  • The working class cannot rely on the corrupt and reactionary bourgeoisie to defend democratic rights or oppose fascism.
  • Whatever the referendum result, the bourgeoisie will press ahead with its offensive against the working class.

Origen

early 18th century: French, from bourgeois.

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