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diccionario analógico

autonomy, libertyindependencia, libertad - plebisciteplebecito, plebiscito - fascismfascismo - carrying out, enforcement, execution, implementation, performancecumplimiento, ejecución, puesta en ejecución, realización - acceptance, acceptation, adoption, espousalaceptación, adopción - election - reelection, re-electionmedio, reelección, semi- - referendumreferendo, referéndum - votederecho de voto, voto - general electionelecciones generales - primary, primary electionprimaria - ballot, balloting, suffrage, vote, votingcomicios, escrutinio, sufragio, votación, voto - secret ballotvotación secreta - vetoveto - firm up, stabilise, stabilize, steadyestabilizar, estabilizarse - campaigner, candidate, nomineecandidato, defensor, militante - citizenciudadano, munícipe, vecino - enforcementejecución, imposición - authorities, government, raj, regime, ruleadministración, Administración pública, autoridad, autoridades, fuerza, gobierno, mando, régimen - abolitionist, emancipationistabolicionista - freeman, freewomanhombre libre - country, land, nation, native country, peoplepaís, país natal, pueblo - emigrateemigrar, transmigrar - fasten on, hook on, latch on, seize on, take upaceptar con entusiasmo - act of terrorism, terrorism, terrorist actterrorismo - campaigning, candidacy, candidature, electioneering, political campaigncandidatura, presentación - guarantee, warrantasegurar, garantizar - social control - sanction - administration, governance, governing, government, government activitygobierno - imposition, inflictioncastigo, imposición, inflicción - acculturation, enculturation, socialisation, socializationaculturación - breeding, bringing up, fosterage, fostering, nurture, raising, rearing, upbringingalimentación, cría, crianza, educación - delegating, delegation, deputation, relegating, relegationdelegación, diputación - impoverishment, pauperisation, pauperizationempobrecimiento - appeasement, calmingapaciguamiento, satisfacción - conciliation, placation, propitiationaplacamiento, conciliación, propiciación - internationalisation, internationalizationinternacionalización, mundialización - discrimination, favoritism, favouritismdiscriminación, enchufismo, favoritismo - nomenklatura - ageism, agism - heterosexism - nepotism, old-boy network, old school tieamiguismo, cuñadismo, nepotismo, tráfico de influencias, yernocracia - racial discrimination, racialism, racismdiscriminación racial, racismo - sexismsexismo - antifeminism, chauvinism, male chauvinismfalocracia, machismo - norm, normalisation, normalization, standard, standardisation, standardization, standardsnormalización, regularización - stabilisation, stabilizationestabilización, saneamiento - resistance - champion, defenddefender - action - supportapoyo, arrimo, soporte - advocacy, protagonismabogacía, apoyo, propugnación - aegis, auspices, protectionarrimo, auspicios, égida - sponsorshipapadrinamiento, apoyo, auspicios, aval, garantía, padrinazgo, patrocinazgo, patrocinio, patronato, respaldo - endorsement, indorsementaprobación - approbation, approval, approving, blessing, sanctioningadhesión, aprobación, asenso, beneplácito - democratisation, democratizationdemocratización - attendance, engagement, involution, involvement, participation, turnoutcogestión, participación - enthrone, invest, vest - certify, endorse, indorseaprobar, certificar, confirmar, ratificar - vote - liberalise, liberalize - representrepresentar - govern, rulegobernar, mandar, reinar - grind down, tyrannise, tyrannizeagobiar, desgastar, oprimir, pulverizar - city, civic, civilcívico, civico -a, municipal - fascist, fascisticfascista - nationalism, patriotismnacionalismo, patriotería, patriotismo - defence policy, defence program, defense policy, defense program - Chartism, chartist movement - government, political science, politics, politologyciencias políticas, política - geopoliticsgeopolítica - anarchismacracia, anarquismo - Machiavellianism - centrism, moderatismmoderantismo - conservatism, conservativismconservadurismo, conservatismo - reactionreacción - democracydemocracia - social democracysocialdemocracia - elitismelitismo - extremismextremismo - federalismfederalismo - neoliberalism, neo-liberalismneoliberalismo - libertarianism - monarchismmonarquismo - Negritude - progressivismprogresismo - radicalismradicalismo - republicanismrepublicanismo - utopian socialismsocialismo utópico - militarismmilitarismo - policy, politics - social policy - affirmative action, positive discrimination, preferential treatmentacción positiva, medidas antidiscriminatorias, trato preferente - foreign policypolítica exterior - interference, interventionintervención - noninterference, noninterventionno injerencia, no intervención - manifest destiny - isolationismaislacionismo - Monroe Doctrine - Truman doctrine - dissidencedisidencia - debate, disputation, public debatedebate - induction, initiation, installationiniciación, instalación - coronation, enthronement, enthronisation, enthronization, investiturecoronación, entronización, envestidura, investidura - arms racecarrera armamentística, carrera de armamento - campaign, political campaign, runcampaña, campaña electoral - IRA, Irish Republican Army, Provisional IRA, Provisional Irish Republican Army, ProvosEjército Republicano Irlandés, IRA - Tammany, Tammany Hall, Tammany Society - British Commonwealth, Commonwealth of Nations - court, royal courtcorte - government-in-exile - local government - citizenry, peoplepueblo - electorateelectorado - senate, Upper Chamber, Upper HouseCámara Alta, Primera Cámara, senado - Senate, U.S. Senate, United States Senate, US Senate - House of Representatives, U.S. House, U.S. House of Representatives, United States House of Representatives, US House, US House of Representativescámara, Cámara Baja, Cámara de Representantes, Congreso - British House of Commons, House of CommonsCámara de los Comunes - British House of Lords, House of Lords - general assembly, general meeting, general shareholders meeting, law-makers, legislative, legislative assembly, legislative authority, legislative body, legislative power, legislaturecuerpo legislativo, legislatura, parlamento, poder legislativo - legislative councilconsejo legislativo - Free World - Third Worldtercer mundo - body politic, commonwealth, country, land, nation, res publica, stateestado, nación, país - Nazi Germany, Third Reichtercer Reich - member - alliesaliados - Arab League - Common Market, Community, EC, EEC, EU, Europe, European Community, European Economic Community, European UnionC.E., C.E.E., CE, CEE, Comunidad, Comunidad Económica Europea, Comunidad Europea, Mercado Común, UE, Unión Europea - NATO, North Atlantic Treaty OrganizationOrganización del Tratado del Atlántico Norte, OTAN - OAS, Organization of American States - OPEC, Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries, Organization of Petroleum-Exporting CountriesO.P.E.P., OPEP, Organización de Países Exportadores de Petróleo - great power, high power, major power, power, superpower, world powergran potencia, potencia de primer orden, potencia mundial, primera potencia, superpotencia - city state, city-state - stateestado - hoi polloi, mass, masses, multitude, people, the great unwashedgente, masa, multitud - AFL-CIO, American Federation of Labor and Congress of Industrial Organizations - constituencycircunscripción, distrito electoral - electoral collegecolegio, mesa electoral - machine, political machine - popular frontfrente popular - global organization, international organisation, international organization, world organisation, world organization - CIS, Commonwealth of Independent StatesCEI, Comunidad de Estados Independientes - UN, United Nations, United Nations Organization, UNONaciones Unidas, ONU - confederacy, confederation, federationconfederación, federación - federationfederación - unioncoalicion - chamber, meeting roomcámara - parliament - Knesset, Knesseth - Oireachtas - syndicalismsindicalismo - cadre, cell - resistance, undergroundresistencia - commonwealth, democracy, republicdemocracia, república - hegemonyhegemonía - oligarchyoligarquía - plutocracyplutocracia - technocracytecnocracia - monarchymonarquía - diarchy, dyarchydiarquía - colony, settlementcolonia - commission, delegacy, delegation, deputation, missioncomisión, delegación, diputación, encomienda - diplomatic missionmisión diplomática - absolutism, authoritarianism, despotism, dictatorship, monocracy, one-man rule, shogunate, totalitarianism, tyrannyabsolutismo, autoritarismo, despotismo, dictadura, tiranía, totalitarismo - police stateestado policiaco - front, movement, social movementmovimiento - political movement - Age of Reason, Enlightenment - burghburgo - rotten borough - English, English people - French, French peoplefranceses - administrator, administratrix, execute, executiveadministrador, administradora, ejecutivo, gobernador, gobernadora - alderman, alderwomanedil, regidor, teniente de alcalde - anarch, anarchist, nihilist, syndicalistácrata, anarco, anarquista, nihilista, sindicalista - apostleapostol, apóstol - Blimp, Colonel Blimp - democrat, populistdemócrata - apostate, deserter, ratter, recreant, renegade, turncoatapóstata, renegado - janissaryjenízaro - nationalist, patriotnacionalista, patriota, patriotera, patriotero - pol, political leader, politician, politicohombre público, jefa política, jefe político, líder, líder político, política, político - prefectprefecto - rightist, right-wingerderechista - secessionistsecesionista - Secretary Generalsecretario general - caseworker, social worker, welfare officer, welfare workerasistente social - Speaker - suffragettesufragista - union representativerepresentante sindical - burgess, constituent, elector, voterelector, electora, votante - Malcolm Little, Malcolm XMalcolm X - absolute majority, majoritymayoría - office, powercargo, poder - peace - anarchy, lawlessnessacracia, anarquía - state of war, warguerra - cold warguerra fría - independence, independencyindependencia - autonomy, self-direction, self-reliance, self-sufficiencyautoabastecimiento, autoaprovisionamiento, autosuficiencia, independencia[Domaine]

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