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proletarian División en sílabas: pro·le·tar·i·an
Pronunciación: /ˌprōləˈterēən/

Definición de proletarian en inglés:

adjetivo

Of or relating to the proletariat: a proletarian ideology
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • The argument was that since the era had not changed there could not be any new ‘ism’, or overall development of proletarian ideology, after Leninism.
  • Far from being utopian, the Marxist perspective of proletarian internationalism is based on the fact that capitalism has integrated the world economy into a mighty, interconnected whole.
  • As we have already demonstrated on the basis of the historical record, Cannon's struggle against Pabloism was the highpoint of his life as a Marxist revolutionary and proletarian internationalist.
Sinónimos
working-class, plebeian, common, blue-collar

sustantivo

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A member of the proletariat.
Oraciones de ejemplo
  • It's not special privileges for the proletarians and working classes, but more rights for workers and government employees, and equality between the different jobs.
  • The New Economy of globalised capital flows thus creates a new division of capitalists and proletarians - owners and workers.
  • Now the peasantry is being transformed everywhere into proletarians and the middle classes in the advanced capitalist countries are likewise being turned into wage workers.
Sinónimos
working-class person, worker, blue-collar worker, plebeian, commoner, man/woman/person in the street
derogatory prole

Origen

Mid 17th century: from Latin proletarius (from proles 'offspring'), denoting a person having no wealth in property, who only served the state by producing offspring, + -an.

Derivados

proletarianism

1
Pronunciación: /ˌprōləˈterēəˌnizəm/
sustantivo
Oraciones de ejemplo
  • For decades, the communist machine has worked to fragment national communities and replace ‘from above’ national identities with international proletarianism.
  • On the other hand, far from being encouraged to revert to a quiescent proletarianism, working people were invited to participate fully in the new enterprise culture.
  • Racial proletarianism is similarly dependent on final victory.

proletarianization

2
Pronunciación: /-ˌterēənəˈzāSHən/
sustantivo
Oraciones de ejemplo
  • The proletarianization of ex-peasants would inevitably lead them to ally themselves with the urban workers.
  • This had led to immense changes in the social structure, the decline in the position of the traditional middle class, and the vast proletarianisation of American society.
  • The Village Labourer, originally written in 1911, is about the dispossession and proletarianisation of the English peasantry.

proletarianize

3
Pronunciación: /ˌprōləˈterēəˌnīz/
verbo
Oraciones de ejemplo
  • Moreover, large sections of what was once considered the middle class, and which provided the key base of political stability for the maintenance of capitalist rule, have been effectively proletarianised.
  • The vast majority of the population has been proletarianized, working from paycheck to paycheck for corporate employers, large or small.
  • The vast majority of the American population has been proletarianized.

Palabras que riman con proletarian

agrarian, antiquarian, apiarian, Aquarian, Arian, Aryan, authoritarian, barbarian, Bavarian, Bulgarian, Caesarean (US Cesarean), centenarian, communitarian, contrarian, Darien, disciplinarian, egalitarian, equalitarian, establishmentarian, fruitarian, Gibraltarian, grammarian, Hanoverian, humanitarian, Hungarian, latitudinarian, libertarian, librarian, majoritarian, millenarian, necessarian, necessitarian, nonagenarian, octogenarian, ovarian, Parian, parliamentarian, planarian, predestinarian, prelapsarian, quadragenarian, quinquagenarian, quodlibetarian, Rastafarian, riparian, rosarian, Rotarian, sabbatarian, Sagittarian, sanitarian, Sauveterrian, sectarian, seminarian, septuagenarian, sexagenarian, topiarian, totalitarian, Trinitarian, ubiquitarian, Unitarian, utilitarian, valetudinarian, vegetarian, veterinarian, vulgarian

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