Translation of nationalist in Spanish:

nationalist

nacionalista, adj.

Pronunciation: /ˈnæʃ(ə)nələst//ˈnaʃ(ə)n(ə)lɪst/

adjective

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    nacionalista
    • The governments in both countries are stirring up nationalist sentiment against each other.
    • The character of these nationalist movements varied widely in terms of local conditions.
    • It must be clear that this campaign is not based on narrow minded nationalist ideas but on genuine internationalist solidarity.
    • In so far as they still clung to socialist phraseology, it was simply to give their nationalist programme a more acceptable cover.
    • Throughout its history, outsiders wanted the women's movement to be nationalist first of all.
    • Strongly nationalist, their goal was to create art that would help give Canadians a sense of their unique identity.
    • There are also socialists in the SNP or other nationalist parties and in the Greens.
    • Here lies the real significance of nationalist, racist and sexist divisions under capitalist society.
    • The leadership would fall to the workers' movement, which would win out over nationalist forces.
    • A series of proposals were submitted to the leading unionist and nationalist parties in Northern Ireland last week.
    • This is a climate in which right-wing and nationalist demagogy flourishes.
    • Significantly, nationalist movements in the Third World used European ideas to replace alien government with self-rule.
    • In working class areas, nationalist demands often merged with anti-capitalist and socialist demands.
    • In the case of glacial Super-Finland, the political relevance seems to be rather rightist, romantic and nationalist.
    • The results exposed deepening sectarian polarisation between nationalist and unionist voters.
    • The present crisis on the docks illustrates the dead end of the nationalist and pro-capitalist policy of the trade union bureaucracy.
    • This, it is assumed, will undermine the nationalist / patriotic appeal of the resistance and transform it into an ethnic civil war.
    • Why did a petty-bourgeois nationalist outlook gain ascendancy?
    • The inflaming of nationalist tendencies in Europe can only be traced back superficially to disputes over the draft constitution.
    • Britain's Liberal Democrats, Conservatives and nationalist parties could learn much from this volume.
    • In every country, versions of the past provide the raw material for nationalist and patriotic sentiments.

noun

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    (masculine and feminine) nacionalista