Translation of democrat in Spanish:

democrat

Pronunciation: /ˈdeməkræt/

n

  • 1.1 (believer in democracy) demócrata (mf)
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    • Like the democrats, the advocates of constitutional government also spoke a European language.
    • I think the President is a democrat and in democracy we have preferences.
    • I've always called myself a progressive and a democrat, but today I know that to be a democrat you have to be one in practice.
    1.2
    (Democrat)
    (in (US) ) demócrata (mf)

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