Translation of regime in Spanish:

regime

Pronunciation: /reɪˈʒiːm/
régime

noun/nombre

  • 1.1 (rule) régimen (masculine) the Somoza regime el régimen de Somoza
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    • For one, wages tend to be lower in authoritarian regimes than in democracies, giving businesses in dictatorships a monetary advantage in selling exports abroad.
    • Meanwhile, in southern Europe, Spain, Portugal, and Greece were ruled by authoritarian regimes.
    • This sort of empty democratic trapping is a hallmark of authoritarian regimes.
    1.2 (system) sistema (masculine) prison regime régimen (masculine) penitenciario
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    • Of course, economists apply additional tests to tax regimes.
    • ‘We have requested Burgoynes to focus on the Assured's cleaning regimes in order to ensure that compliance has occurred’.
    • It would in effect change the regime from a reference system to an appellate one.
    1.3regimen

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