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obstructionism

Translation of obstructionism in Spanish:

noun

uncountable
  • Example sentences
    • The party surely dread the kind of obstructionism they themselves practiced during the last Congress.
    • This is the very definition of obstructionism: To delay a foregone conclusion for the sake of a petty protest.
    • To the general astonishment the Duke d' Orléans, head of the junior branch of the royal family and heir to a long tradition of obstructionism, suddenly rose and protested that this was not legal.

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