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democratic
American English: /ˌdɛməˈkrædɪk/
British English: /dɛməˈkratɪk/

Translation of democratic in Spanish:

adjective

  • 1 (Politics) 1.1
    (country/system/election)
    Example sentences
    • What people see as democratic principles may sometimes have to be compromised.
    • In theory, the fund supports democratic institutions in the nations it assists.
    • You also think our freedoms will be reined in and our democracy will be less democratic.
    1.2
    also: Democratic
    (in US)
    Example sentences
    • In July and August the Democratic and Republican parties hold their nominating conventions.
    • He brought a variety of Democratic congressmen on stage to wave at the crowd.
    • No member of the Democratic congressional leadership commented on his charges.
  • 2 (egalitarian)
    (organization/principles)
    (art/sports)
    Example sentences
    • In many ways, running is the most democratic of sports.
    • It is a democratic sport for all people of all ages.
    • Most of all, footbag kicking is a democratic sport.

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