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chauvinist
American English: /ˈʃoʊvənəst/
British English: /ˈʃəʊv(ɪ)nɪst/

Translation of chauvinist in Spanish:

noun

  • 2 (sexist) (male) chauvinist
    Example sentences
    • Male chauvinists, if anything, should be the ones supporting such government folly - not aspiring feminists!
    • We have no doubt that if women put their heads together, they can overcome the barriers mounted by male chauvinists.
    • You would be forgiven for thinking that such sentiments had been mouthed by a male chauvinist in the 19th century, or that they are perhaps a parody of our ancestors' unenlightened mindset.

adjective chauvinisticPronunciation: /ˌʃəʊvəˈnɪstɪk/, /ˌʃəʊvɪˈnɪstɪk/

  • 1 (jingoistic)
    Example sentences
    • Incapable of making any broad appeal, the presidential contenders will resort to electoral fraud, character assassination, chauvinist appeals and outright violence to boost their chances.
    • No one has been charged or convicted with this or any of the previous crimes, which, given the chauvinist attitudes rampant among the police force, is hardly a shock.
    • The internal politics of Europe have been changed in ways that are only beginning to emerge, with great dangers in racist and chauvinist politics, yet also with great promise of more integrative and dynamic cultural growth.
  • 2 (sexist) (male) chauvinist pig [colloquial]
    machista (masculine) asqueroso [colloquial]
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