Traducción de democratic en español:


democrático, adj.

Pronunciación: /ˌdɛməˈkrædɪk//dɛməˈkratɪk/


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    • 1.1

      (election/system/country) democrático
      • You also think our freedoms will be reined in and our democracy will be less democratic.
      • Why is she not more widely praised for her liberal principles and democratic acumen?
      • The methods available to some kinds of regimes are not part of the democratic repertoire.
      • There is a danger, however, that the structures of the new union will be less democratic.
      • We must stand as firmly as we ever have done to ensure that the democratic tradition lives.
      • Like most of the new businessmen, he saw the link between democratic reforms and the free market.
      • The differences between these two types of democratic practices are profound.
      • In theory, the fund supports democratic institutions in the nations it assists.
      • For the first time ever, almost half of the world's governments are now democratic.
      • We must try to live up to our stated principles of human rights, the rule of law and democratic government.
      • Some progress has been made on democratic and judicial control, but major deficits persist.
      • What people see as democratic principles may sometimes have to be compromised.
      • This prosecution is an infringement of the democratic rights of everyone who lives in the borough.
      • I do not think it is healthy in any democratic parliament to have that sort of a majority.
      • It is far more democratic for those who are thinking about striking to get together in a big meeting to discuss it.
      • He stated that a democratic federal pluralistic and parliamentary state should also be set up.
      • He has huge influence on economic policy without the slightest democratic check on him.
      • It was much easier to investigate in this country because there are more democratic rights there.
      • The paper supported the broad democratic movements that had made the revolution.
      • He sees the need for sound democratic political activity about economic and social issues.

    • 1.2(in US)

      • He is the frontrunner with Democratic voters in every part of the country.
      • He brought a variety of Democratic congressmen on stage to wave at the crowd.
      • What we need to do now is to widen this circle to include the many new members of the Democratic family.
      • I haven't been following the Democratic convention in Boston very closely yet.
      • However, the final report in May could also find fault with the preceding Democratic administration.
      • No member of the Democratic congressional leadership commented on his charges.
      • Both the Republican and Democratic camps are becoming wary of a backlash.
      • It was the Democrats protesting against Democrats in office in a Democratic city.
      • If you generally vote Democratic, what would it take to make you vote Republican?
      • He still holds a modest lead over his Democratic rival.
      • He doesn't offer much of in the way of an alternative Democratic policy on national security and defense.
      • The unions have promoted the idea that a Democratic mayor would be sympathetic to the teachers.
      • His Democratic opponents have wisely raised this as an election issue.
      • The newspaper has been profiling the candidates for the Democratic nomination for President.
      • At the Democratic national convention last week, big business put on its biggest party at a political event.
      • His triumph in the Democratic primary was as much a surprise to him as to his adversaries.
      • In July and August the Democratic and Republican parties hold their nominating conventions.

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    (organization/principles) democrático
    (sports/art) popular