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prole

 (prōl)
n.
A proletarian: "If there is hope ... it lies in the proles" (George Orwell).

prole

(prəʊl)
n, adj
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) derogatory slang chiefly Brit short for proletarian

prole

(proʊl, ˈproʊ li)

n.
Informal. a proletarian.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.prole - a member of the working class (not necessarily employed); "workers of the world--unite!"
labor, labour, proletariat, working class - a social class comprising those who do manual labor or work for wages; "there is a shortage of skilled labor in this field"
common man, common person, commoner - a person who holds no title
dogsbody - a worker who has to do all the unpleasant or boring jobs that no one else wants to do
Translations

prole

[prəʊl] N (Brit) → proletario/a m/f
the proleslos proletarios

prole

n (esp Brit pej inf) → Prolet(in) m(f) (inf)
References in periodicals archive ?
4, afirmaba que si los conyuges han acordado evitar la prole acudiendo unicamente al metodo Ogino, apenas se puede admitir que se quiso excluir absolutamente la prole: SRRD 58 (1966) 318.
ere are several oshoots created by Coventry University which already have attracted highly skilled jobs and raised the prole of the city.
He said: "From dogs who have social media proles to owners who use video calling to check on their pet while away, technology is fast becoming an integral part of everyday life.
Gomis, who has 12 caps for France, quickly realised his error before changing his Twitter prole to 'Swansea, Wales'.
It occurred to me that each of us is etching a prole of ourselves, with intimate details that in the future we might rather forget.
A nivel eclesial, por su parte, la evolucion de la misma doctrina teologica, moral y juridica referida a estas cuestiones ha sido igualmente notable, pudiendo destacarse, entre otras novedades, la superacion de la reductiva definicion del objeto del consentimiento como el ius in corpus perpetuo y exclusivo en orden a los actos de suyo aptos para la generacion de la prole que hacia el canon 1081 del Codigo de 1917; el desarrollo por el Magisterio de la Iglesia de la doctrina sobre la paternidad responsable; la comprension postconciliar, recogida en el actual Codigo, de la ordenacion a la prole, no ya como fin primario y principal del matrimonio, sino en plano de igualdad con la ordenacion al bonum coniugum, etc.
They were supported on the night by their teachers and Ysgol Bryn Alyn school liaison officer, PC Barry Prole.
But in fact the prole was operated by two men and a camera, operating under the name Dark Justice.
Champions aim to unite businesses, organisations and individuals across the area in a powerful network to help develop and promote Coventry and Warwickshire and raise its prole outside the region.
e Plum Fayre was resurrected in 1996 by local environmentalist David Shaw and local historian Marion Freeman to help raise the awareness and prole of the market town and its association with plums.
It has always had a di"erent prole to the rest of the group and we believe its disposal is in the best interests of both Friends Life and Lombard.
Her primary responsibility is to develop the commercial division of the photography division and raise its prole.