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Spanish translation of “chauvinism”

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chauvinism

noun /ˈʃəuvinizəm/
unthinking enthusiasm for a particular country, cause etc
chovinismo
This is another example of chauvinism towards ’less developed’ tribes by an African Government.
chauvinist noun
chovinista
She accused him of being a chauvinist.
chauvinistic adjective
chovinista
chauvinistic attitudes.
male chauvinist noun a man who believes that women are inferior to men
machista
He strongly denied being a male chauvinist.
(Definition of chauvinism from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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