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man·i·fes·to

 (măn′ə-fĕs′tō)
n. pl. man·i·fes·toes or man·i·fes·tos
A public declaration of principles, policies, or intentions, especially of a political nature.
intr.v. man·i·fes·toed, man·i·fes·to·ing, man·i·fes·toes
To issue such a declaration.

[Italian, from Latin manifestus, clear, evident; see manifest.]

manifesto

(ˌmænɪˈfɛstəʊ)
n, pl -tos or -toes
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) a public declaration of intent, policy, aims, etc, as issued by a political party, government, or movement
[C17: from Italian, from manifestare to manifest]

man•i•fes•to

(ˌmæn əˈfɛs toʊ)

n., pl. -tos, -toes.
a public declaration of intentions, opinions, or purposes.
[1640–50; < Italian; see manifest]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.manifesto - a public declaration of intentions (as issued by a political party or government)manifesto - a public declaration of intentions (as issued by a political party or government)
governing, government activity, government, governance, administration - the act of governing; exercising authority; "regulations for the governing of state prisons"; "he had considerable experience of government"
declaration - a statement that is emphatic and explicit (spoken or written)

manifesto

noun policy statement, publication, declaration, programme, announcement, platform, proclamation, pronouncement The Tories are drawing up their election manifesto.

manifesto

noun
Translations
بَيان رَسْمي
manifest
manifestprogramerklæring
manifesti
kiáltvány
opinber stefnuyfirlÿsing
manifestas
manifests
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beyannamebildiri

manifesto

[ˌmænɪˈfestəʊ] N (manifesto(e)s (pl)) → manifiesto m

manifesto

[ˌmænɪˈfɛstəʊ] n [political party] → manifeste m

manifesto

n pl <-(e)s> → Manifest nt

manifesto

[ˌmænɪˈfɛstəʊ] n (manifestoes (pl)) → manifesto

manifesto

(mӕniˈfestəu) plural ˌmaniˈfesto(e)s noun
a public usually written announcement of policies and intentions, especially by a political party. the socialist manifesto.
References in classic literature ?
He published his manifesto, whereby he set himself forth as the deliverer of the isles of the sea and vicar-general of all Oceanica.
It would print great broadsides during the campaign; one copy that came to Jurgis was a manifesto addressed to striking workingmen, of which nearly a million copies had been distributed in the industrial centers, wherever the employers' associations had been carrying out their "open shop" program.
If you had put forward a thundering revolutionary manifesto, not a daily paper would have dared allude to it: there is no cowardice like Fleet Street cowardice
It is high time that Communists should openly, in the face of the whole world, publish their views, their aims, their tendencies, and meet this nursery tale of the Spectre of Communism with a Manifesto of the party itself.
To this end, Communists of various nationalities have assembled in London, and sketched the following Manifesto, to be published in the English, French, German, Italian, Flemish and Danish languages.
He found his father's manifesto in one column; and in another a leading article.
Manifesto Signed by the Partners- Departure of M'Tavish for the Interior.
Having made all these arrangements, the four partners, on the first of July, signed a formal manifesto, stating the alarming state of their affairs, from the non-arrival of the annual ship, and the absence and apprehended loss of the Beaver, their want of goods, their despair of receiving any further supply, their ignorance of the coast, and their disappointment as to the interior trade, which they pronounced unequal to the expenses incurred, and incompetent to stand against the powerful opposition of the Northwest Company.
In the count's room, which was full of tobacco smoke, they talked of war that had been announced in a manifesto, and about the recruiting.
On the 8th of October President Barbicane published a manifesto full of enthusiasm, in which he made an appeal to "all persons of good will upon the face of the earth.
Having delivered this manifesto (which formed a portion of his last week's leader) with vehement articulation, the editor paused to take breath, and looked majestically at Bob Sawyer.
confidant of conspirators, inditer of sanguinary menaces and manifestos, suspected of being in the secret of every plot.