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democratic

adjective  /ˌdem·əˈkræt̬·ɪk/
politics & government using the principles of democracy in elections and government: That country has never had a democratic election (= an election in which all adults can vote). Australia is a democratic country. A person or a group that is democratic believes in, encourages, or supports freedom and equality between people and groups: a democratic society
Translations of “democratic”
in Korean 민주주의의…
in Arabic ديمُقراطي…
in Portuguese democrático…
in Catalan democràtic…
in Japanese 民主的な…
in Italian democratico…
in Chinese (Traditional) 民主的…
in Russian демократический, равноправный…
in Turkish demokratik, eşitlikçi…
in Chinese (Simplified) 民主的…
in Polish demokratyczny…
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