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ideology

noun   /ˌaɪ.diˈɒl.ə.dʒi/
a set of beliefs or principles, especially one on which a political system, party, or organization is based ideología socialist/capitalist ideology The people are caught between two opposing ideologies.1104725
(Definition of ideology from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

ideology

noun /(British ) ˌaidiˈolədʒi; (American) ˌaidiːˈolədʒiː, ˌidiːˈolədʒiː/ ( plural ideologies)
a set of beliefs on which a political or economic system is based ideología Marxist ideology.
a set of beliefs held by a social group or an individual person ideología bourgeois ideology the ideology of parenthood.
ideological adjective
ideológico ideological change in the British Conservative Party.
ideologically adverb
de manera ideológica Do voters vote ideologically?
(Definition of ideology from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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