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fascismnoun [U]

us   /ˈfæʃˌɪz·əm/
politics & government a political system based on a very powerful leader, state control of social and economic life, and extreme pride in country and race, with no expression of political disagreement allowed
fascist
adjective [not gradable] us   /ˈfæʃ·ɪst/
fascist groups
fascist
noun [C] us   /ˈfæʃ·ɪst/
He left Germany when the fascists took over.
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Translations of “fascism”
in Korean 파시즘…
in Arabic فاشِيّة…
in Malaysian fahaman Fasis…
in French fascisme…
in Chinese (Traditional) 法西斯主義…
in Italian fascismo…
in Spanish fascismo…
in Vietnamese chủ nghĩa phát xít…
in Portuguese fascismo…
in Thai ลัทธิฟาสซิสต์…
in German der Faschismus…
in Catalan feixisme…
in Japanese ファシズム(極右国家主義)…
in Chinese (Simplified) 法西斯主义…
in Indonesian fasisme…
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