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1       n-plural   Politics are the actions or activities concerned with achieving and using power in a country or society. The verb that follows politics may be either singular or plural.  
The key question in British politics was how long the prime minister could survive..., The film takes no position on the politics of Northern Ireland..., Politics is by no means the only arena in which women are excelling.     
    party politics  
2       n-plural   Your politics are your beliefs about how a country ought to be governed.  
usu with poss  
My politics are well to the left of centre.     
3       n-uncount   Politics is the study of the ways in which countries are governed.  
He began studying politics and medieval history., ...young politics graduates.     
4       n-plural   Politics can be used to talk about the ways that power is shared in an organization and the ways it is affected by personal relationships between people who work together. The verb that follows politics may be either singular or plural.  
You need to understand how office politics influence the working environment.     

party politics  
1       n-uncount   Party politics is political activity involving political parties.  
He thinks the Archbishop has identified himself too closely with party politics.     
2       n-uncount   If politicians are accused of playing party politics, they are being accused of saying or doing something in order to make their party seem good or another party seem bad, rather than for a better reason.,   (disapproval)    Usually when Opposition MPs question Ministers they are just playing party politics.     
Traducción diccionario Collins Inglés Cobuild  


1    affairs of state, civics, government, government policy, political science, polity, statecraft, statesmanship  
2    Machiavellianism, machination, power struggle, Realpolitik  

Diccionario de inglés sinónimos  

1    artful, astute, canny, crafty, cunning, designing, ingenious, intriguing, Machiavellian, scheming, shrewd, sly, subtle, unscrupulous  
2    advisable, diplomatic, discreet, expedient, in one's best interests, judicious, prudent, sagacious, sensible, tactful, wise  

Diccionario de inglés sinónimos  

Consulte también:

party politics, politic, body politic, politic

boardroom politics n.
game of power inside a company's board or management team

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