dissidence


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dis·si·dence

 (dĭs′ĭ-dəns)
n.
Disagreement, as of opinion or belief; dissent.

dis•si•dence

(ˈdɪs ɪ dəns)

n.
disagreement or dissent.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.dissidence - disagreement; especially disagreement with the government
disagreement - the speech act of disagreeing or arguing or disputing

dissidence

noun dissent, dispute, disagreement, feud, rupture, difference of opinion, schism, discordance He knew that dissidence could not be crushed.

dissidence

noun
Translations
إنْشِقاق، خِلاف
názorový nesouhlas
systemkritik
másként gondolkodás
andóf; ósamòykki
görüş ayrılığımuhalefet

dissidence

[ˈdɪsɪdəns] Ndisidencia f

dissidence

nOpposition f; (Pol) → Dissidententum nt

dissidence

[ˈdɪsɪdns] ndissidenza

dissident

(ˈdisidənt) noun, adjective
(a person) disagreeing, especially with a ruling group or form of government. a demonstration by a large number of dissidents.
ˈdissidence noun
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Tulliver had heard from a person of particular knowledge in that matter, had come up in the very nick of time; though here there was a slight dissidence, Mr.
C1/2[pounds sterling]est la premi'Are fois que les Etats-Unis visent des positions de la branche locale e Daech , une dissidence des shebabs fond'Ae en 2015.
Egypt has been pushing for bilateral reconciliation, and President Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi called for an initiative to end ongoing dissidence.
Punjab assembly poll results had sparked dissidence in Punjab unit of AAP.
L'Assemblee a adopte, avec dissidence, la motion suivante :
Everywhere the structures of repression of the dominant group against minorities, of racial, sexual and gender violence, of state totalitarianism against the citizen, engender sparks of dissidence that leads to a person, movement, literature, discourse or a form of scholarship that actively challenges an established doctrine, policy, law or institution to call out against unlawful violations of free speech and "human rights.
La milice NDC a ete creee en 2009 par Sheka Ntabo Ntaberi, mais une partie de ses troupes, evaluee a environ 300 hommes, a fait dissidence pour former le NDC-Renouveau.
The verdict sparked no immediate street protests, reflecting the toll of a heavy security crackdown on any show of dissidence, either by Islamists or secular-leaning activists.
An open internet nurtures innovation as well as dissidence, yet regulations fail to discern between the two.
The final theme, dissidence, is perhaps more encyclopedic than analytical, but no less valuable for that; in Farber's hands, it gives us a prodigiously detailed and well-informed survey of the range of recent dissidence, on groups' and individuals' political past and current positions (especially good on internal left dissent), but with a scathing--but nonetheless detailed--dismissal of the "exile" Right.
In 2011 Iran formed a team of Internet police to fight "cyber crimes," particularly anti-government dissidence on social media.
Kolkata: The north-eastern state of Assam could be in for a mid-term election, as 20 legislators of the Congress party have threatened to join the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) due to on-going dissidence with chief minister Tarun Gogoi.