Translation of political in Spanish:

political

Pronunciation: /pəˈlɪtɪkəl/

adj

  • [correspondent/prisoner/editor] político political asylum asilo (m) político this strike is clearly political es obvio que esta huelga obedece a motivos políticos I'm not very political, I'm not a political animal no me interesa mucho la política
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    • An egalitarian democratic ideal extends beyond public affairs and the political sphere.
    • He was a valuable board member with in depth knowledge of New Zealand economic and political affairs.
    • But in my experience, political and economic affairs tend to be a lot more complex than that.
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    • Scotland's rebel MSPTommy Sheridan faces a second prison sentence for standing up for his political beliefs.
    • Her political beliefs had been bolstered by her religious faith and she saw the emergence of a democratic society as a proper salvation.
    • One can never know precisely how personal experience motivates political values.

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