English - Vietnamese Dictionary
democratic /,demə'krætik/Concise Dictionary
- tính từ
- dân chủ
- Democrative party: (từ Mỹ,nghĩa Mỹ) đảng Dân chủ
+characterized by or advocating or based upon the principles of democracy or social equality
+belong to or relating to the Democratic Party
+representing or appealing to or adapted for the benefit of the people at large
Advanced English Dictionary
egalitarian, classless; republican, representative, popular, self-governing, autonomous:
The colonists voted for a democratic form of government.
+ adjectiveCollocation Dictionary
1 (of a country, state, system, etc.) controlled by representatives who are elected by the people of a country; connected with this system: a democratic country + a democratic system / election + democratic government / rule / accountability + They are aiming to make the institutions of the EU truly democratic. + Exercise your democratic right to vote.
2 based on the principle that all members have an equal right to be involved in running an organization, etc: democratic involvement / participation + a democratic decision
3 based on the principle that all members of society are equal rather than divided by money or social class: a democratic society / outlook + democratic values / reforms
4 (Democratic) (abbreviation Dem., D) connected with the Democratic party in the US: the Democratic senator from Oregon
democratically adverb: a democratically elected government / leader + democratically accountable / controlled + The decision was taken democratically.
1 favouring/practising democracy
be | become | remain
There have been major changes in the constitution, but the system remains democratic.
genuinely, truly | fully, thoroughly
a fully democratic society
| fairly, quite, reasonably
They have a fairly democratic form of government.
In 1776 these were considered dangerously democratic principles.
2 being fair to different sides
extremely, very | fairly, quite, reasonably
I think it was a reasonably democratic decision.
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