Significado de “democratic” - en el Diccionario Inglés

democratic en inglés británico

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democraticadjective

uk /ˌdem.əˈkræt.ɪk/ us /ˌdem.əˈkræt̬.ɪk/

B2 based on the principles of democracy:

We must accept the results of a democratic election (= an election in which all people can vote).
Do you think Australia is a more democratic country than Britain?

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democratically
adverb uk /ˌdem.əˈkræt.ɪ.kəl.i/ us /ˌdem.əˈkræt̬.ɪ.kəl.i/

We need to decide this democratically (= based on the wishes of most of the people).
Yeltsin was Russia's first democratically elected president.

(Definición de democratic del Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

democratic en inglés americano

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democraticadjective

/ˌdem·əˈkræt̬·ɪk/

politics & government using the principles of democracy in elections and government:

That country has never had a democratic election (= an election in which all adults can vote).
Australia is a democratic country.

A person or a group that is democratic believes in, encourages, or supports freedom and equality between people and groups:

a democratic society

(Definición de democratic del Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

democratic en inglés de negocios

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democraticadjective

uk /ˌdeməˈkrætɪk/ us

POLITICS based on the principles of democracy:

a democratic society
democratic elections

WORKPLACE, MANAGEMENT a democratic system or organization allows everyone to be treated equally and to be involved in making decisions:

Employee ownership and open-book management are common practices in most democratic workplaces.
Democratic

POLITICS relating to or supporting the Democratic Party in the US:

Democratic policies
Democratic voters

(Definición de democratic del Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)