Falange


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Falange

(ˈfælændʒ; Spanish faˈlanxe)
n
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) the Fascist movement founded in Spain in 1933; the one legal party in Spain under the regime of Franco
[Spanish: phalanx]
Faˈlangist n, adj
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Fa•lange

(ˈfeɪ lændʒ, fəˈlɑn heɪ)

n.
the fascist party in power in Spain during the Franco regime.
[< Sp, short for Falange Española Tradicionalista Traditionalist Spanish Phalanx]
Fa•lan′gist (-ˈlæn dʒɪst) n.
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Falange

A right-wing Spanish political party founded by José Primo de Rivera (1903–36) in 1933 and taken over by Franco as the ruling and legislative body.
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Noun1.Falange - the Spanish Nazi party under Franco
national socialism, Naziism, Nazism - a form of socialism featuring racism and expansionism and obedience to a strong leader
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