- 1 (+ sing vb) (science, activity) política (f) to go into o enter politics dedicarse* a la política, meterse en política [familiar/colloquial] a career in politics una carrera política to talk politics hablar de políticaMore example sentences
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- My background was in retail and accounting, but I'd always been active in politics and local government and the public and private sector.
- He took an active interest in politics and was closely associated with the Fine Gael party for which he was a major fund raiser.
- The major parties have taken politics and government away from the public!
- At 23, he is on the verge of completing a degree in history, politics and social studies.
- Era finishes her exams next month and has set her heart on going to Oxford University to study philosophy, politics and economics.
- He also lived in Buenos Aires before heading off to Oxford to study politics, philosophy and economics.
- 2 (+ pl vb) 2.1 (political relations) política (f) national/international politics política nacional/internacional I don't want to get involved in office politics yo no quiero meterme en intrigas or [familiar/colloquial] trapicheos de oficina the politics of medicine la medicina en el contexto político 2.2 (political views) ideas (fpl) políticas I don't know what her politics are no sé qué ideas políticas tieneMore example sentences
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- I regret that those friendships were forged on bonds made not of trust and care, but of politics and beliefs.
- The authors, however, are hostile to anything that smacks of principled working class politics.
- If we do not change our policies and politics, it will be devastating to all of us worldwide.
- Global economics depends on that kind of cooperation; global politics builds on it.
- What about the relation between cosmology and global politics?
- They have no idea how to intervene politically in global politics.
Here is a selection of useful words and phrases you will need in real-life situations while you're visiting Spain and other Spanish-speaking countries...
Each of the 55 different administrative areas into which Spain is divided is called a provincia. Each provincia includes a main city or town, sometimes more, depending on its social and economic power. The provincial capital usually has the same name as the province.