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popular front

Translation of popular front in Spanish:

noun

  • frente (masculine) popular
    the Popular Front (History)
    el Frente Popular
    Example sentences
    • Dos Passos was part of the anti-Stalinist left with James T Farrell against an American popular front of Communist, populist and celebrity liberal writers.
    • Such a role was played by the popular front movements in France and Spain in the 1930s, as well as in the Chile of Salvador Allende.
    • When he got together with other photographers they discussed fascism, communism, the popular front and Mussolini's attack on Ethiopia.

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