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Translation of "politics" - English-Spanish dictionary

politics

noun [no plural]   /ˈpɒl·ə·tɪks/
B1 ideas and activities relating to how a country or area is governed política He has little interest in politics. She’s planning to retire from politics next year.
(Definition of politics from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

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
(Definition of politics from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “politics”
in Vietnamese chính trị…
in Malaysian politik…
in Thai การเมืองการปกครอง…
in French politique…
in German die Politik…
in Indonesian politik…
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