Traducción de ism en español:

ism

ismo, n.

Pronunciación: /ˈɪzəm//ˈɪz(ə)m/

nombre

  • 1despectivo

    ismo masculino despectivo
    • Values are a shared set of beliefs or creeds, convictions and ideologies, or a set of isms.
    • There's no discrimination here in the Blogosphere; no isms to get in the way of writing.
    • Ideology was foreign, and impressive-sounding, and was to generate many books with chapters recounting the arguments of the various isms of which political debate is composed.
    • However, the most controversial character is Kitten - a writhing mass of isms and chips on her shoulder.
    • They don't go much for isms, either, just quiet happiness is all they're prepared to recognise.
    • What are tools, and what is the nature of their inherence in specific ideologies, isms, and worldviews?
    • Some politicos cling to venal isms that stunt their own thinking and the growth of the nation, and delay the maturing of its democracy.
    • A person should not believe in an ism, he should believe in himself.
    • Seuss railed against the evil isms of his day - fascism, anti-Semitism, anti-black racism - with the full force of his tensile imagination.
    • If any of you have ever wondered what postmodernism is, or what any of the other isms are for that matter, then this week's column is for you.