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cen·tral·ism

 (sĕn′trə-lĭz′əm)
n.
Concentration of power and authority in a central organization, as in a political system.

cen′tral·ist n.
cen′tral·is′tic adj.
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Adj.1.centralist - advocating centralization
Translations

centralist

[ˈsentrəlɪst] ADJcentralista

centralist

[ˈsɛntrəlɪst]
adj [state] → centraliste
ncentraliste mf

centralist

adj (esp Pol) → zentralistisch
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