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dem·o·crat·ic

 (dĕm′ə-krăt′ĭk)
adj.
1. Of, characterized by, or advocating democracy: democratic government; a democratic union.
2. Of or for the people in general; popular: a democratic movement; democratic art forms.
3. Believing in or practicing social equality: "a proper democratic scorn for bloated dukes and lords" (George du Maurier).
4. Democratic Of, relating to, or characteristic of the Democratic Party.

dem′o·crat′i·cal·ly adv.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.democratically - in a democratic manner; based on democratic principles; "it was decided democratically"; "democratically elected government"
undemocratically - in an undemocratic manner; "undemocratically, he made all the important decisions without his colleagues"
Translations
ديموقْراطِيّاً
demokraticky
demokratiskt
demokraattisesti
demokratikusan
lÿîræîislega
民主的に
demokratycznie
demokraticky
demokratik yollarla

democratically

[ˌdeməˈkrætɪklɪ] ADVdemocráticamente

democratically

[ˌdɛməˈkrætɪkəli]
adv [elect] → démocratiquement
(= in an egalitarian way) [behave, organize, act] → démocratiquementDemocratic Party n (US) the Democratic Party → le parti démocrate

democratically

advdemokratisch; democratically accountabledem Volk verantwortlich; Democratically controlled (US Pol) → von den Demokraten kontrolliert

democratically

[ˌdɛməˈkrætɪklɪ] advdemocraticamente

democracy

(diˈmokrəsi) plural deˈmocracies noun
(a country having) a form of government in which the people freely elect representatives to govern them. Which is the world's largest democracy?; He believes in democracy.
democrat (ˈdeməkrӕt) noun
one who believes in democracy as a principle. She likes to pretend she's a democrat.
democratic (deməˈkrӕtik) adjective
(negative undemocratic).
1. belonging to, governed by or typical of democracy. a democratic country.
2. believing in equal rights and privileges for all. The boss is very democratic.
democratically (deməˈkrӕtikəli) adverb
(negative undemocratically) following democratic principles. The issue was decided democratically by taking a general vote.
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