Translation of coalition in Spanish:

coalition

coalición, n.

Pronunciation: /ˌkoʊəˈlɪʃ(ə)n//ˌkəʊəˈlɪʃ(ə)n/

noun

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    coalición feminine
    to form a coalition formar una coalición
    • before noun coalition government gobierno de coalición
    • The party could become part of a ruling coalition for the first time in its history.
    • Even before the coalition was built, the party leaders had agreed on an electoral truce.
    • The last three weeks have witnessed the rise of one of the biggest and broadest political coalitions Britain has ever seen.
    • However, he is in coalition with a far-right nationalist party that bitterly opposes both steps.
    • But a coalition of animal welfare groups has successfully rescued more than 30 so far.
    • As a realist, I am skeptical about whether he can build the necessary political coalitions.
    • The opposition activists are begging him to lead the center-left coalition of parties.
    • There has never been a majority in the parliament, and so the governments are coalitions.
    • To that end, they created military coalitions with the aim of going to war.
    • They are forming new political coalitions in an attempt to force an end to the occupation.
    • His government is an uneasy coalition of ten parties, going under the title " Alliance for Change".
    • However, his Liberal Democrat coalition partners are opposed to any new nuclear power stations.
    • Following the increasing public dissatisfaction, a new coalition of civil organizations was established.
    • Organised by a coalition of radical organisations to oppose globalisation, the event attracted quite a wide range of people.
    • His party failed to win an overall majority and a coalition government was formed.
    • There are many political parties, and prime ministers must forge coalitions.
    • The three agrarian parties are prohibited from entering into any coalitions with leftist political powers.
    • A centre-right coalition was formed after elections in 1996 but collapsed in 1999.
    • They will face a tough task forming a governing coalition in a parliament that includes six other parties.
    • Both the ruling party and the main opposition coalitions have already claimed victory.