Traducción de socialist en Español:


socialista, adj.


Pronunciación /ˈsoʊʃələst//ˈsəʊʃ(ə)lɪst/


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    • At most, it had some cultural capital under the socialist regime.
    • It was not clear who the protesters were but many were dressed in black and some carried Communist Party and socialist flags.
    • Neither did the prospect of socialist revolution seem as immediate as in the 1920s and 1930s.
    • First, we soon find that there has been no socialist revolution.
    • Is he the great socialist pretender, taking his place amongst the regal, instead of the people?
    • That in turn requires the growth of democratic, secular and socialist forces.
    • Even as it proclaimed a socialist state in 1960, it was relying on these sources for half of its development funds.
    • I would like to see contained in each article a new and innovative socialist solution to the problems mentioned.
    • The second is the deepening employment crisis caused by the collapse of the old socialist industries.
    • Socialist organising involves both established routine and new initiatives and inventiveness.
    • Kamala has been a socialist activist for 10 years.
    • After World War II, opinion was socialist and practice was free market; currently, opinion is free market and practice is heavily socialist.
    • Labour unions adopted it, as did socialist organizations of all kinds.
    • Will's own writings made his socialist ideas clear.
    • The socialist system lost its balance; the idea of Israel teetered.
    • Meanwhile, Poland remains mired in nationalist politics and socialist economics.
    • As far as the great EU socialist leaders are concerned, the mob rules in America.
    • As people act to change the world, so they experience feelings of collectivity and solidarity which open them to socialist ideas.
    • Just think what a socialist policy could do with the amount they are receiving.
    • The bombings may simply have brought thousands more socialist voters to the polls.


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    socialista femenino
    • The title and presentation of this book will give it an appeal to many socialists and union activists.
    • He always remained a revolutionary socialist despite the background he came from.
    • He was a fighter and socialist who was committed to working class revolution.
    • How should revolutionary socialists relate to reformist ideas and organisations?
    • For socialists it is a message against capitalism, and a signpost for the future.