fascist Meaning, definition in Cambridge English Dictionary
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fascistadjective

uk   us   /ˈfæʃ.ɪst/ (also fascistic )
based on or supporting fascism: fascist groups a fascist dictator/regime
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fascistnoun [C]

uk   us   /ˈfæʃ.ɪst/
politics someone who supports fascism politics a person of the far right in politics disapproving someone who does not allow any opposition: He thinks all policemen are fascists and bullies.
Translations of “fascist”
in Korean 파시스트…
in Arabic فاشي…
in Portuguese fascista…
in Catalan feixista…
in Japanese ファシズム支持者…
in Italian fascista…
in Chinese (Traditional) (基於或支持)法西斯主義的…
in Russian фашист, тиран…
in Turkish faşist, baskıcı, kontrol altına almayı seven…
in Chinese (Simplified) (基于或支持)法西斯主义的…
in Polish faszyst-a/ka, despot-a/ka…
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