Translation of troika in Spanish:

troika

troica, n.

Pronunciation /ˈtrɔɪkə//ˈtrɔɪkə/

noun

  • 1

    Transport
    troica feminine
    • We've arranged for you a full programme of guided sightseeing and seasonal activities, including a magnificent ballet performance and a real Troika ride to make your trip an unforgettable treat for the magical New Year season!
    • Chekhov recounts how his horse-driven tarantass, an uncomfortable springless carriage, almost collided with three post troikas racing in the opposite direction, drivers asleep at the reins - it was nearly a fatal collision.
    • A ride through the forests on a troika - a sleigh pulled by three horses - is a real treat.
  • 2

    (triumvirate)
    troica feminine
    • They aggressively courted famous personalities, landing on a troika who were almost completely new to electoral politics.
    • By now, everyone has noticed the total lack of response by this troika to the terrorism crisis.
    • Indeed, this is only one example of the kind of pressure that the troika exerted on multilateral bodies.
    • He heads a Commonwealth troika tasked with taking action on the country following controversial elections held in March.
    • Together, the Council presidency, High Representative, and Commissioner for External Affairs form a troika which represents the EU as a whole in international diplomacy.
    • Together this troika provided the professional ballast which was essential if Churchill's strategic imagination was to remain tethered to reality.
    • Speculation is rife about which minister deserves promotion to make up the missing third in the troika of Deputy Prime Ministers.
    • The third member of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations troika is Malaysia.
    • The decision to suspend the country was made by the troika consisting of the President of Nigeria, the Prime Minister of Australia, and the President of South Africa.
    • He was one of a troika of Commonwealth leaders who recommended suspension.
    • He is a member of a Commonwealth troika, which includes the Nigerian President and the Australian Prime Minister, which must consider the Commonwealth report and decide on action.
    • He and the journal prospered, and in 1977 he turned it over to a troika of executive editors.
    • People will forget the troika in a few months,’ he predicted.
    • The leader, on taking his position as the third member of the ruling troika, made it clear that this was little more than a pipe dream as he declared himself ‘very comfortable’ with the agreement that had been reached.
    • The troika had achieved something that no international-relief agency, no high-tech software company, no bent-for-leather military group had accomplished.