Hay 2 definiciones de faction en inglés:

faction1

Silabificación: fac·tion
Pronunciación: /ˈfakSHən
 
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sustantivo

1A small, organized, dissenting group within a larger one, especially in politics: the left-wing faction of the party
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • The worrying thing is that it's other factions within that same team who are doing the whispering.
  • The country suffered as various factions within the ruling elite lobbied for power.
  • Pedro used these powers when he could not compel political factions or parties to do his bidding.
Sinónimos
clique, coterie, caucus, cabal, bloc, camp, group, grouping, sector, section, wing, arm, branch, set; ginger group, pressure group
1.1A state of conflict within an organization; dissension.
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Do you feel that whole idea of faction within the Union movement is breaking down?
  • Forgetfulness breeds ingratitude; ingratitude breeds faction; and faction leads to civil war.
  • They should instead realize that faction and division are healthy for democracy and necessary for intellectual growth.
Sinónimos
infighting, dissension, dissent, dispute, discord, strife, conflict, friction, argument, disagreement, controversy, quarreling, wrangling, bickering, squabbling, disharmony, disunity, schism

Origen

late 15th century (denoting the action of doing or making something): via French from Latin factio(n-), from facere 'do, make'.

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Hay 2 definiciones de faction en inglés:

faction2

Silabificación: fac·tion
Pronunciación: /
 
ˈfakSHən/

sustantivo

A literary and cinematic genre in which real events are used as a basis for a fictional narrative or dramatization.
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • No, I'll tell you several stories that will help explain the difference between fact and fiction and its composite, faction.
  • Here we have a literary form that attempts to bridge the gap between fact and fiction, or faction, something like historical fiction.

Origen

1960s: blend of fact and fiction.