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Translation of "democracy" - English-Spanish dictionary

democracy

noun   /dɪˈmɒk·rə·si/ ( plural democracies)
a system of government in which all the people choose their leaders, or a country with this system democracia
(Definition of democracy from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

democracy

noun /diˈmokrəsi/ ( plural democracies)
(a country having) a form of government in which the people freely elect representatives to govern them democracia Which is the world’s largest democracy? He believes in democracy.
democrat /ˈdeməkrӕt/ noun
one who believes in democracy as a principle demócrata She likes to pretend she’s a democrat.
democratic /deməˈkrӕtik/ adjective
(opposite undemocratic)
belonging to, governed by or typical of democracy democrático a democratic country.
believing in equal rights and privileges for all democrático The boss is very democratic in the way he treats people.
democratically /deməˈkrӕtikəli/ adverb
(opposite undemocratically) following democratic principles democráticamente a democratically elected government The issue was decided democratically by taking a general vote.
(Definition of democracy from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “democracy”
in Korean 민주주의…
in Arabic ديمُقراطيّة…
in Malaysian demokrasi…
in French démocratie…
in Russian демократия…
in Chinese (Traditional) 民主, 民主思想, 民主政體…
in Italian democrazia…
in Turkish demokrasi…
in Polish demokracja…
in Vietnamese dân chủ…
in Portuguese democracia…
in Thai การปกครองแบบประชาธิปไตย…
in German die Demokratie…
in Catalan democràcia…
in Japanese 民主主義…
in Chinese (Simplified) 民主, 民主思想, 民主政体…
in Indonesian demokrasi…
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