Meaning of socialistic in English:

socialistic

Pronunciation /səʊʃ(ə)ˈlɪstɪk/

Translate socialistic into Spanish

adjective

See socialist

‘Initially, there existed not only Catholic, but also strong secular and socialistic tendencies in the Solidarity movement.’
  • ‘We are living in an age in which all governments, regardless of the system of political and economic organization, whether interventionistic, socialistic, democratic or dictatorial, are occupying an economic command post.’
  • ‘Academic economists - even some of those who call themselves ‘free market’ economists - have provided plenty of intellectual support for socialistic tax policies.’
  • ‘Even though Roosevelt never embraced socialism, aspects of the New Deal were clearly socialistic, as Peter Temin has noted.’
  • ‘‘She believes in her country and the socialistic way of life,’ says Dalton of the woman he married in June.’