Democracy

  • 1 Democracy — democracy …

    Dictionary of sociology

  • 2 Democracy — Saltar a navegación, búsqueda Desarrolladora(s) Positech Games, Red Marble Games Distribuidora(s) Positech Games, Red Marble Games, Tri Synergy Fecha(s) de lanzamiento Demoracy Positech Games 17 de abril de …

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  • 3 democracy — de‧moc‧ra‧cy [dɪˈmɒkrəsi ǁ dɪˈmɑː ] noun democracies PLURALFORM 1. [uncountable] a system of government in which members of the government are elected by the people of a country: • They carried banners demanding democracy and a free press.… …

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  • 4 Democracy 2 — Développeur Positech Games Date de sortie 7 décembre 2007 Genre Simulation gouvernementale Mode de jeu Solo Plate forme PC (Windows) …

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  • 5 democracy — 1570s, from M.Fr. démocratie (14c.), from M.L. democratia (13c.), from Gk. demokratia popular government, from demos common people, originally district (see DEMOTIC (Cf. demotic)), + kratos rule, strength (see CRACY (Cf. cracy)). D …

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  • 6 Democracy — De*moc ra*cy (d[ e]*m[o^]k r[.a]*s[y^]), n.; pl. {Democracies} (d[ e]*m[o^]k r[.a]*s[i^]z). [F. d[ e]mocratie, fr. Gr. dhmokrati a; dh^mos the people + kratei^n to be strong, to rule, kra tos strength.] 1. Government by the people; a form of… …

    The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • 7 Democracy 21 — is a non profit organization in the United States that works to remove the influence of private money from politics (see campaign finance, campaign finance reform). It was founded in 1997 by longtime activist Fred Wertheimer, and is based in… …

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  • 8 democracy — de·moc·ra·cy /di mä krə sē/ n pl cies 1 a: government by the people; esp: rule of the majority b: a government in which the supreme power is vested in the people and exercised by them directly or indirectly through a system of representation usu …

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  • 9 democracy — [n] government in which people participate commonwealth, egalitarianism, emancipation, equalitarianism, equality, freedom, justice, liberal government, representative government, republic, suffrage; concepts 299,688,689 …

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  • 10 democracy — ► NOUN (pl. democracies) 1) a form of government in which the people have a voice in the exercise of power, typically through elected representatives. 2) a state governed in such a way. 3) control of a group by the majority of its members. ORIGIN …

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  • 11 democracy — [di mäk′rə sē] n. pl. democracies [Fr démocratie < ML democratia < Gr dēmokratia < dēmos, the people (< IE * damos, a division of the people < base * da , to cut, divide > TIDE1) + kratein, to rule < kratos, strength: see… …

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  • 12 Democracy — For other uses, see Democracy (disambiguation) and Democratic Party (disambiguation). A woman casts her vote in the second round of the French presidential election of 2007 …

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  • 13 democracy — /di mok reuh see/, n., pl. democracies. 1. government by the people; a form of government in which the supreme power is vested in the people and exercised directly by them or by their elected agents under a free electoral system. 2. a state… …

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  • 14 democracy — So many political systems and ideologies claim the virtue of democracy that the word has become virtually meaningless in its everyday use; the label is used to legitimize almost every kind of political power arrangement. The origins of democracy… …

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  • 15 democracy — 01. A large number of university students were imprisoned after demonstrating for [democracy] in the nation s capital. 02. We are very lucky to be living in a truly [democratic] society. 03. The new President is said to be a true [democrat] who… …

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  • 16 democracy — noun ADJECTIVE ▪ genuine, real, true ▪ stable ▪ political ▪ constitutional, parliamentary, participatory …

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  • 17 Democracy —    The concept of democracy in Russia has evolved significantly since its use by the Communist Party of the Soviet Union to describe its totalitarian system, which was underpinned by regular elections consisting of a single candidate from the… …

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  • 18 democracy —    The word ‘democracy’ derives from two Greek terms, demos, meaning ‘people’, and kratia, signifying ‘rule of’or‘by’.Manypeopletherefore seedemocracyasmeaning ‘people power’, with government resting on the consent of the governed. According… …

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  • 19 democracy —    The word ‘democracy’ (derived from the Greek meaning ‘rule by the people’) established itself within British culture as a system of government, not by the people, but rather, for the people by representatives chosen by the people through… …

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  • 20 democracy — [[t]dɪmɒ̱krəsi[/t]] ♦♦ democracies 1) N UNCOUNT Democracy is a system of government in which people choose their rulers by voting for them in elections. The spread of democracy in Eastern Europe appears to have had negative as well as positive… …

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