Definición de refusenik en inglés:

refusenik

Silabificación: re·fuse·nik
Pronunciación: /riˈfyo͞oznik
 
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sustantivo

1A person in the former Soviet Union who was refused permission to emigrate, in particular, a Jew forbidden to emigrate to Israel.
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • In 1973, after being denied permission to emigrate to Israel, he became one of the leading Jewish refuseniks lobbying for greater human rights in Brezhnev's Soviet Union.
  • The director of Aish HaTorah's Russian Program is Rabbi Eliyahu Essas, a former refusenik from the Soviet Union.
  • The refuseniks have insisted on their loyalty to the state of Israel and commitment to Zionism.
2A person who refuses to follow orders or obey the law, especially as a protest.
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  • He is, of course, one of the great media survivors, or counterpunchers, or refuseniks, of our political age.
  • In one sense, Schaller correctly assesses the New Paradigm refuseniks as mourners for the lost order.
  • People might be interested in this site set up by Israeli refuseniks, that is reservists in the Israeli Army who have refused to fight in the occupied territories. 21 conscientious objectors are in jail so far for refusing to serve.

Origen

1970s: from refuse1 + -nik.

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