statesmanship


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states·man

 (stāts′mən)
n.
1. A man who is a leader in national or international affairs.
2. A male political leader regarded as a disinterested promoter of the public good.
3. A man who is a respected leader in a given field: "a mature statesman of American letters" (Toby Thompson).

states′man·like′, states′man·ly adj.
states′man·ship′ n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.statesmanship - wisdom in the management of public affairs
wisdom, wiseness - the trait of utilizing knowledge and experience with common sense and insight
Translations
státnické schopnosti
statmandskunst
államférfiúi képesség
stjórnviska
štátnické schopnosti
devlet adamlığı

statesmanship

[ˈsteɪtsmənʃɪp] Nhabilidad f política, capacidad f para gobernar
that showed true statesmanshipeso demostró su verdadera capacidad de estadista
statesmanship alone will not solve the problemla habilidad de los estadistas no resolverá el problema por sí sola

statesmanship

[ˈsteɪtsmənʃɪp] nqualités fpl d'homme d'ÉtatState's rights npl (US)droits mpl des Étatsstate-subsidized [ˌsteɪtˈsʌbsɪdaɪzd] adjsubventionné(e) par l'Étatstate trooper n (US)policier mstate visit nvisite f d'État
to go on a state visit to → se rendre en visite d'État à (or en)statewide state-wide [ˌsteɪtˈwaɪd]
adjdans l'Étatprovincial(e)
These voters often determine the outcome of statewide elections → Ces électeurs déterminent souvent le résultat des élections dans l'État., Ces électeurs déterminent souvent le résultat des élections provinciales.
advà l'échelle de l'État

statesmanship

nStaatskunst f; act of statesmanshipstaatsmännische Handlungsweise f

statesmanship

[ˈsteɪtsmənʃɪp] nabilità f inv politica

state1

(steit) noun
1. the condition in which a thing or person is. the bad state of the roads; The room was in an untidy state; He inquired about her state of health; What a state you're in!; He was not in a fit state to take the class.
2. a country considered as a political community, or, as in the United States, one division of a federation. The Prime Minister visits the Queen once a week to discuss affairs of state; The care of the sick and elderly is considered partly the responsibility of the state; (also adjective) The railways are under state control; state-controlled / owned industries.
3. ceremonial dignity and splendour. The Queen, wearing her robes of state, drove in a horse-drawn coach to Westminster; (also adjective) state occasions/banquets.
ˈstately adjective
noble, dignified and impressive in appearance or manner. She is tall and stately; a stately house.
ˈstateliness noun
ˈstatesman (ˈsteits-) noun
a person who plays an important part in the government of a state.
ˈstatesmanlike (ˈsteits-) adjective
showing the qualities of a good statesman.
ˈstatesmanship (ˈsteits-) noun
skill in directing the affairs of a state.
get into a state
to become very upset or anxious.
lie in state
(of a corpse) to be laid in a place of honour for the public to see, before burial.
References in classic literature ?
With us, our Priests are Administrators of all Business, Art, and Science; Directors of Trade, Commerce, Generalship, Architecture, Engineering, Education, Statesmanship, Legislature, Morality, Theology; doing nothing themselves, they are the Causes of everything worth doing, that is done by others.
On the march Tars Tarkas, through his remarkable ability and statesmanship, enlisted fifty thousand more warriors from various hordes, so that, ten days after we set out we halted at midnight outside the great walled city of Zodanga, one hundred and fifty thousand strong.
The desire of society for the statesman's advice is taken for granted, Plato in the Republic says that a good constitution is only possible when the ruler does not want to rule; where men contend for power, where they have not learnt to distinguish between the art of getting hold of the helm of state and the art of steering, which alone is statesmanship, true politics is impossible.
You have very great virtues; I am the first, I hope, to admit that; but I have never met a woman who even saw what is meant by statesmanship.
Think of them, the toilers, the oppressed, God's children, groaning under the iniquitous laws of generations of evil statesmanship.
Because the Circumlocution Office went on mechanically, every day, keeping this wonderful, all-sufficient wheel of statesmanship, How not to do it, in motion.
15, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Few historical figures can teach us more about statesmanship than Sir Winston Churchill.
He also lauded HRH the Prime Minister's statesmanship which brought about outstanding success in the field of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) and in achieving the sustainable development goals.
Al-Kayed said the late Jassem Al-Kharafi was a model of statesmanship in the Arab world, especially at the economic and parliamentary level.
The travesty is the need for statesmanship and the lack of it at the present time.
It is astute statesmanship with a view towards erasing any possible political uncertainty in the future and this would allow the public institutions, police, judiciary, elections office and the civil service to run efficiently in the service of the people.
He said, "The coalition led by the Kingdom reflects the courage and statesmanship of the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques in response to the appeal of the Yemeni president to restore legitimacy and support for the people of Yemen against the aggression of Houthi militias ".