Traducción de Machiavellian en Español:

Machiavellian

maquiavélico, adj.

(British Machiavelian)

Pronunciación /ˌmækiəˈvɛliən//ˌmakɪəˈvɛlɪən//ˌmɑkiəˈvɛliən/

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    • Yes, you can aspire to be as rich as Sugar but to get there you're going to have to take a lot of flak, much of it in front of an audience of millions, while fending off the Machiavellian manoeuvres of others.
    • Wrong is correct in emphasizing how Mobutu, the cunning Machiavellian prince, managed to acquire considerable outside help.
    • Most of them, with Machiavellian cunning, were refusing to answer their telephones.
    • There are so many poignant lines about Machiavellian politics and acting that I might try out here, that remaining silent would probably be my best course.
    • Intimidated, insecure but alive to the bottomless depths of Machiavellian politics that holding down a senior job in RTE entailed, there were few RTE executives prepared to put their heads above the parapet.
    • This is not hypocrisy; merely the usual Machiavellian politics in action.
    • In Sir Humphrey's hands, Hacker is merely the ball in a Machiavellian game of political ping-pong.
    • Here, of course, was a classic case of Machiavellian politics: the attempt to bend the will of the party to his view by fair means or foul.
    • Professor Burland has been working on the stabilization committee for the last ten years under all sorts of Machiavellian pressures and politics.
    • To the outsider, unfamiliar with the Machiavellian world of Olympic politics, Gadir may have seemed a surprising choice as his country's IOC representative.
    • It has been argued that Cavour's acceptance of the free trade and international convertibility regime is patent evidence of his Machiavellian approach to politics.
    • The prologue to the play is spoken by ‘Machevil’, and Barabas is one of the prototypes for unscrupulous Machiavellian villains in later Elizabethan and Jacobean drama.
    • At best, bottle blondes are equated with an artifice - think Pamela Anderson, Melinda Messenger - and at worst, deceitfulness and Machiavellian scheming.
    • ‘The council is organized purely to promote economic development and shouldn't involve Machiavellian politics,’ KMT spokesman Wang Chih-kang said.
    • By 1971, Leider was burnt out from the intense, Machiavellian politics of the New York art world.
    • Reuther's political success cannot be read solely in terms of Machiavellian politics.
    • Stella is in thrall, not only to her own irresistible infatuation, but also to a loveless marriage, the repressive conventions of the times and the Machiavellian politics of those around her.
    • But however astute or realist Burnham's Machiavellian insight into power politics was, he rarely showed any capacity for canny negotiation himself.
    • It is the classic of Holocaust-era anti-Semitism, portraying the Jews as a conniving, Machiavellian race, plotting how to gain power well beyond their puny numbers, through manipulation and money.
    • But it is impossible to take the conspiracy theory seriously, if only because such Machiavellian treachery requires a degree of competence and organisation which ministers patently lack.