Translation of enfranchisement in Spanish:


concesión del derecho al voto, n.

Pronunciation /ɪnˈfrænˌtʃaɪzmənt/ /ɛnˈfrænˌtʃaɪzmənt/ /ɛnˈfran(t)ʃɪzm(ə)nt/


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    concesión del derecho al voto feminine
    • By 1892, borough enfranchisement had risen to 60% of adult males.
    • This is the eighth measure proposing female enfranchisement that the South Australian Parliament has considered.
    • The wider enfranchisement of the working class in 1918 helped the rise of Labour.
    • If society has neglected to discharge two solemn obligations, the more important of the two must be fulfilled first: universal teaching must precede universal enfranchisement.
    • There is a definite link between the work women did in World War One and their enfranchisement in 1918.
    • The sexual citizen from the ranks of youth demands enfranchisement, including full sexual rights.
    • Even early American democracy would get low marks by contemporary standards since there was no enfranchisement for the majority of the population.
    • The movement in that college to set up a dictatorship where there was once a JCR sees the dream of student enfranchisement replaced with sheer pragmatism.
    • Owning a home offers a sense of pride, security, and enfranchisement that is quintessential to our stake in the American dream.