dictatorship

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İngilizce - Türkçe
{i} diktatörlük

Myanmar askeri bir diktatörlük tarafından yönetiliyor. - Myanmar is ruled by a military dictatorship.

Pinochet askeri bir diktatörlük uyguladı. - Pinochet applied a military dictatorship.

diktatörlükle yönetilen ülke
(isim) diktatörlük
diktatorya
dictatorship of proletariat
(Sosyoloji, Toplumbilim) althusser
dictatorship of proletariat
(Sosyoloji, Toplumbilim) proletarya diktatörlüğü lenin
İngilizce - İngilizce
A type of government where absolute sovereignty is allotted to an individual or a small clique
A government which exercises autocratic rule
{n} the office of a dictator, insolence
a form of government in which the ruler is an absolute dictator (not restricted by a constitution or laws or opposition etc )
The office, or the term of office, of a dictator; hence, absolute power
You have two cows The government takes both and drafts you
A dictatorship is a country which is ruled by a dictator or by a very strict and harsh government. Every country in the region was a military dictatorship. Form of government in which one person or an oligarchy possesses absolute power without effective constitutional checks. With constitutional democracy, it is one of the two chief forms of government in use today. Modern dictators usually use force or fraud to gain power and then keep it through intimidation, terror, suppression of civil liberties, and control of the mass media. In 20th-century Latin America, nationalist leaders often achieved power through the military and attempted either to maintain the privileged elite or to institute far-reaching social reform, depending on their class sympathies. In Europe's communist and fascist dictatorships, a charismatic leader of a mass party used an official ideology to maintain his regime, and terror and propaganda to suppress opposition. In postcolonial Africa and Asia, dictators have often retained power by establishing one-party rule after a military takeover
– Unlimited rule, totalitarian government, fascist government
A system of government in which the power is with the elite and the rights of the citizens are not guaranteed
system of government in which one person or a small group of people have absolute control
A government led by a dictator or a despot. Dictatorships are more often than not totalitarian regimes, but there is also a benevolent dictatorship, which is by consent of the people
government by a ruler who is not restricted by a constitution, laws or recognized opposition
Dictatorship is government by a dictator. a new era of democracy after a long period of military dictatorship in the country
Latin meaning System of government in the hands of a single person
{i} country ruled by a dictator; tyranny, absolute rule; position of a dictator
a form of government in which the ruler is an absolute dictator not restricted by a constitution or laws or opposition etc
dictatorship of the majority
A situation in which a government or other authority democratically supported by a majority of its subjects makes policies or takes actions benefiting that majority, without regard for the rights or welfare of the rest of its subjects

The ease with which the will of the greater number may be translated into the dictatorship of the majority has not yet become the subject of public debate.

dictatorship of the proletariat
The temporary period following the fall of capitalism characterized by a struggle to achieve a classless, stateless and moneyless communist society
benevolent dictatorship
A dictatorship in which the leader has power only because the people choose to allow them to remain. This necessitates a wise use of power and generally prevents abuses since the benevolent dictator loses power if they are unsuitable
benevolent-dictatorship
Attributive form of benevolent dictatorship, noun
petro-dictatorship
A dictatorship funded by petroleum exports
dictatorships
plural of dictatorship
dictatorship