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Translation of "politics" - English-Turkish dictionary

politics

noun     /ˈpɒlətɪks/
ACTIVITIES [U]
B1 ideas and activities relating to how a country or area is governed politika, siyaset He has little interest in local politics.Politics
JOB [U]
B1 a job in politics siyaset, politika mesleği/uğraşı She's planning to retire from politics next year.Politics
sb's politics
someone's opinions about how a country or area should be governed siyasi görüşler, politik düşünceler I don't know what his politics are, but he strongly disagreed with the decision.PoliticsOpinions, beliefs and points of view
RELATIONSHIPS [plural]
the relationships in a group which allow particular people to have power over others görüş, düşünce, ortak tavır, anlayış I try not to get involved in office politics.Power to controlSituations and circumstances
(Definition of politics from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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