Translation of communism in Spanish:


comunismo, n.

Pronunciation /ˈkɑmjəˌnɪzəm/ /ˈkɒmjʊnɪz(ə)m/

Definition of comunismo in Spanish


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    comunismo masculine
    • In Eastern Europe it was abolished with the fall of communism and adoption of democracy.
    • You don't seem to know the difference between capitalism, communism and socialism.
    • Men dominated the occupational system during communism, and this has not changed.
    • The chief cause of the end of the cold war was the collapse of communism in the Soviet Union and Eastern Europe.
    • Under socialism or communism, producers of profit and receivers of profit are the same people.
    • First, it has to be remembered that the collapse of communism came quickly and was not anticipated.
    • True communism has no government and people own and operate everything communally.
    • Capitalism and communism diminish the status of the individual, both as a citizen and as a human being.
    • One of the themes of her book is China's change from old communism to new capitalism.
    • These led to the dismantling and collapse of communism throughout Eastern and Central Europe.
    • The Poles' victory at Warsaw was seen at the time as the salvation of European democracy in the face of communism.
    • Ukraine was part of the Soviet Union until the collapse of communism a decade ago.
    • One might expect that Marx would go on to explain in some detail what communism would be like.
    • Without him, it might not have been feasible to negotiate the transition from communism to democracy.
    • Yesterday's is the fifth fully free parliamentary election since the transition from communism to multiparty democracy in 1989.
    • I returned to Japan in 1948, and I found the red flags of communism everywhere.