Translation of populace in Spanish:

populace

Pronunciation: /ˈpɑːpjələs; ˈpɒpjʊləs/

n

(+ singular or plural verb/+ verbo en singular o plural)
  • the populace 1.1 (common people) el pueblo 1.2 (population) la población
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    • The commander's emergency response program is a program set up by the military to take care of humanitarian needs for the local populaces - needs that will make a quick and lasting impact on the community.
    • The paternalistic style of rule is unequal to the demands of transparency and accountability that local populaces - and overseas investors - want.
    • Finally, anthropologists since Eric Wolf's seminal work on brokers have observed bureaucracies encouraging patron-client relationships, both between bureaucrats and clients and within local populaces.

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