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Translation of "politics" - English-Spanish dictionary

politics

noun singular or plural /ˈpolitiks/
the science or business of, or ideas about, or affairs concerning, government política local politics.
political adjective
of, or concerning, politics político for political reasons political studies.
politically adverb
políticamente a politically influenced decision.
politically correct adjective
(also PC) (of language or behaviour/behavior) that does not offend particular groups of people políticamente correcto It is politically correct to use ’he or she’, and not just ’he’, when you mean a man or a woman.
politician /-ˈtiʃən/ noun
a person whose job is politics; a member of parliament político a Labour politician.
political asylum noun
protection given by a government to a foreigner who has left his own country for political reasons asilo político She is seeking political asylum.
political prisoner noun
a person who has been imprisoned for political reasons and not for any crime preso político the release of all political prisoners.
political science noun
a field of study dealing with politics, government, and other political institutions. ciencias políticas
Translations of “politics”
in Vietnamese chính trị…
in Thai การเมืองการปกครอง…
in Malaysian politik…
in French politique…
in German die Politik…
in Indonesian politik…
(Definition of politics from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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