Definición de proletarian en inglés:

proletarian

Silabificación: pro·le·tar·i·an
Pronunciación: /ˌprōliˈte(ə)rēən
 
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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.
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • 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.

Derivativos

proletarianism

Pronunciación: /-ˌnizəm/
sustantivo
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • 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

Pronunciación: /-ˌterēənəˈzāSHən/
sustantivo
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • 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

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Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • 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.

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