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dy·nas·ty

 (dī′nə-stē)
n. pl. dy·nas·ties
1. A succession of rulers from the same family or line.
2. A family or group that maintains power for several generations: a political dynasty controlling the state.

[Middle English dynastie, from Old French, from Late Latin dynastīa, lordship, from Greek dunasteia, from dunastēs, lord; see dynast.]

dy·nas′tic (dī-năs′tĭk) adj.
dy·nas′ti·cal·ly adv.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.dynastic - of or relating to or characteristic of a dynasty
Translations
خاص بِسُلالَه حاكِمَه
dynastický
dynasti-
uralkodó családhoz tartozó
òjóîhöfîingjaættar-
dynastický
hanedana ait

dynastic

[daɪˈnæstɪk] ADJdinástico

dynastic

[daɪˈnæstɪk] adj [rule] → dynastique

dynastic

adjdynastisch

dynastic

[daɪˈnæstɪk] adjdinastico/a

dynasty

(ˈdinəsti) , ((American) ˈdai-) plural ˈdynasties noun
a succession or series of rulers of the same family. the Ming dynasty.
dyˈnastic (-ˈnӕs-) adjective
References in classic literature ?
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I now mean legitimacy as connected with cause and effect, and nothing political or dynastic.
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It sounded to my positive mind the most fantastic thing in the world, this elimination of personalities from what seemed but the merest political, dynastic adventure.
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But that process is conditioned by the character of political parties whether they are internally democratic or run by dynastic political leaders.
While ruling dynasties are by no means unique to Africa--with parallels in the likes of the Bush and Kennedy families in the US as well as the Nehrus of India--African dynasties raise important questions about the nature of democracy on the continent, and the kind of governance resulting from a period of dynastic rule.
Pakistani democracy has inherited the dynastic politics in the form of Bhutto and Sharif family.
He even played a clip of an interview of Imran Khan's lawyer, Naeem Bokhari, in which he says, 'If Jehangir Tareen's son gets a ticket from the party, it would not be correct to say then that dynastic politics does not exist in PTI.