Translation of Third World in Spanish:

Third World

tercermundista, n.


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    (nation/politics/leaders) (before noun) tercermundista
    the Third World el Tercer Mundo
    • It is really important to take every opportunity to develop links with activists in the Third World.
    • This has since burgeoned so that the Union provides aid for countries throughout the Third World.
    • Of more interest to socialists are the agency's activities in the Third World.
    • Poverty has widely been regarded as characterizing the Third World, and it has a gendered face.
    • They are presently in a very weak position, morally and politically, on the issue of Third World debt.
    • This was not some outback post in the Third World, this was inner city London.
    • He called on Winchester to cut its ties and develop twinning arrangements with towns in the Third World.
    • Few people knew more about Africa or the Third World in general than he did.
    • Instead of focusing on the needs of the poor in the Third World they enforce the writ of western corporations.
    • The Green Party would be open to trade rules that actually do help people in the Third World.
    • The global market took the feeding tube out of the Third World a long time ago.
    • Many people in the Third World think in the developed world there are no problems.
    • Let that money be used to save the lives of people across the Third World.
    • Mike's account of Western capitalism had its corollary in his view of what was happening in the Third World.
    • The result of free trade policies is the rise of food prices in the Third World.
    • That is the case with regard to many states in the Third World, especially sub-Saharan Africa.
    • When the leaders of the most powerful countries meet, they often talk of the poverty of the Third World.
    • This is most obvious in Africa, the only Third World continent to have actually declined.
    • The band support campaigns against Third World debt and in defence of asylum seekers.
    • It is always good to hear from people who are outraged by the suffering of the Third World.