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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
manifest
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 periodicals archive ?
There seem to be contrasting bits of evidence to show the attitude of political parties towards manifestoes. Manifestoes are supposed to represent the promises made by the parties to the electorate of what they plan to do if elected to office.
He said that Election Commission should frame legislation, so that, parties emerging as winners in the polls should be made answerable to the promises made in their manifestoes.
In her Manifestoes: Provocations of the Modern, Lyon identifies the manifesto's programmatic function, writing:
ELECTION MANIFESTOES (IHT/Asahi as translated from the Japanese-language Asahi Shimbun's editorial published July 10)