Definition of manifesto in English:

manifesto

Syllabification: man·i·fes·to
Pronunciation: /ˌmanəˈfestō
 
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noun (plural manifestos)

  • A public declaration of policy and aims, especially one issued before an election by a political party or candidate.
    More example sentences
    • It is entirely in Spanish and contains party proclamations and political manifestos.
    • For the past three elections the Labour Party has issued a manifesto of its aims and objectives.
    • Study of the parties' election manifestos shows that the parties have differentiated themselves on many policy matters.
    Synonyms
    policy statement, mission statement, platform, (little) red book, program, declaration, proclamation, pronouncement, announcement

Origin

mid 17th century: from Italian, from manifestare, from Latin, 'make public', from manifestus 'obvious' (see manifest1).

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