Definición de lumpenproletariat en inglés:

lumpenproletariat

Silabificación: lum·pen·pro·le·tar·i·at
Pronunciación: /ˈləmpənˌprōləˈte(ə)rēət, ˈlo͝om-
 
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sustantivo

(Especially in Marxist terminology) the unorganized and unpolitical lower orders of society who are not interested in revolutionary advancement.
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • This wallows in the dirt, squalor, drunkenness and mechanical, dehumanised sexuality of those who live on the margins of society, where the artistic petty bourgeois merges with the lumpenproletariat.
  • The multigeneration denizens of public housing can readily be compared to Karl Marx's lumpenproletariat.
  • The bloody woman can't tell the lumpenproletariat from the skilled working class.

Origen

early 20th century: from German (a term originally used by Karl Marx), from Lumpen 'rag, rogue' + proletariat.

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