Definición de polity en inglés:

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polity

Pronunciación: /ˈpälədē/

sustantivo (plural polities)

1A form or process of civil government or constitution.
Oraciones de ejemplo
  • They faced an enormous task of transforming their economies and polities from centralized communist control to the market economies and pluralist democracies that membership required.
  • That must be defended at all costs to preserve our pluralism and democratic polity.
  • The confidence that nonbelievers can reason morally seems to be a precondition for a religiously plural democratic polity.
1.1An organized society; a state as a political entity.
Oraciones de ejemplo
  • In other words, in spite of the facade of the modern state, power in most African polities progresses informally, between patron and client along lines of reciprocity.
  • Only by pushing for a name change can the country build itself as a polity and thereby establish a national identity.
  • What about the legitimacy of citing the decisions of constitutional courts in other polities?

Origen

Mid 16th century: from obsolete French politie, via Latin from Greek politeia 'citizenship, government', from politēs 'citizen', from polis 'city'.

Palabras que riman con polity

equality, frivolity, jollity, quality

For editors and proofreaders

División en sílabas: pol·i·ty

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