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politically correct

adjective   ( abbreviation PC)
Someone who is politically correct believes that language and actions that could be offensive to others, especially those relating to sex and race, should be avoided. políticamente correcto 1010
A politically correct word or expression is used instead of another one to avoid being offensive. políticamente correcto Some people think that ‘fireman’ is a sexist term, and prefer the politically correct termfirefighter’.1010
political correctness noun [no plural]  
corrección política We can’t even use the word ‘chairman’! It’s just political correctness gone mad!1010
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