Translation of nationalism in Spanish:

nationalism

nacionalismo, n.

Pronunciation: /ˈnæʃ(ə)nəˌlɪzəm//ˈnaʃ(ə)n(ə)lɪz(ə)m/

noun

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    nacionalismo masculine
    • One view of white nationalism is that whites are allowed to display ethnic pride, like any other ethnicity.
    • He intends to instill a sense of nationalism and pride in grooming young players for future representation.
    • Cultural nationalism is still a powerful force to be reckoned with.
    • Playing with a sense of loyalty, commitment, nationalism and pride.
    • Hold an enormous global competition every four years, encouraging rampant nationalism and sporting pride.
    • Is there an effort to whip up nationalism to divert attention from the social problems, poverty, unemployment?
    • First, nationalism does provide a principle of legitimacy that underpins the modern state system.
    • Pride and nationalism are strong motivators that need to be managed diplomatically.
    • However, I also argue in detail that it has existed, and could only have come into existence, during the modern era of romantic nationalisms and nation-states.
    • And yet a social principle that goes beyond nationalism raises itself again and again.
    • Is that a core value for you, that idea of nationalism and national identity?
    • From the 1980s on, it gradually became an issue of nationalism and patriotic sentiment.
    • Chinese nationalism and its self-centered pride can be compared to that of Germany.
    • And this is the time of the World Cup games when nationalism via sport is given pride of place before all else.
    • These authors have contributed to a growing Andean nationalism and pride.
    • We have failed to instil in our people a sense of nationalism, of pride in belonging here.