Traducción de federalist en español:


federalista, adj.

Pronunciación /ˈfɛd(ə)rələst/ /ˈfɛd(ə)rəlɪst/

Ver definición en español de federalista


  • 1

    partidario del federalismo
    • All the while we remain in the EU, our federalist politicians in all three of the old parties will feel obliged to support Germany and France.
    • If you want to have the continuation of a recognition that the states have some rights under these federalist principles that the Supreme Court established, then you need to vote for our candidate.
    • The role of the federal government in such a local concern is justifiably limited by the federalist structure of the American system of government.
    • His demands for a federalist approach to governing the country - a weakened national government and stronger regional control - have revived fears that some regions may eventually try to secede.
    • The Commission had a more federalist conception of the Community.
    • The German Chancellor outlined his vision of a federalist Europe, with greater powers for the European Parliament.
    • In the United States, with its federalist system, marriage traditionally falls within the boundaries of state law.
    • For the Conservative Leader to suggest the law is illegitimate because its supporters aren't federalist is outrageous and hypocritical.
    • Before long, the Dutch would be involved in developments far too federalist for their liking.
    • He has pledged to continue his long battle to get Britain out of an increasingly federalist EU.


  • 1

    federalista masculino, femenino
    • In 1984, on the basis of a report put together by an Italian MEP and committed federalist, the European Parliament overwhelmingly approved a Draft Treaty on European Union.
    • The problem is, historically you can't form a majority government without strong support in Quebec and even Quebec federalists may be reluctant to support the premier in a situation like that.
    • The European federalists wanted to subordinate national governments to an overarching federal authority.
    • The secession of the southern states of America in the spring of 1861 did not reinforce the arguments of the federalists.
    • The demands of enlargement have afforded the federalists the political opportunity to begin destroying the old sovereign structures.
    • Federalists were unable to contain the trend toward the country's split.
    • The worst blow of all for the federalists is under this constitution the Union has no power to tax.
    • He believed in a strong central government and was a federalist.
    • Smaller countries like Belgium and the Netherlands are both keen federalists as their political standing can only increase in a United States of Europe.
    • Two parties, the Federalist and the Centralists, quickly appeared, and in 1833 the liberal federalist Santa Anna emerged as President.
  • 2Federalist

    (US history)
    federalista masculino, femenino
    federal masculino, femenino
    nordista masculino, femenino
    • Federalists, Madison worried, might be able to use some of his notes to their political advantage.
    • A staunch Federalist, Lee defended the Constitution at the 1788 Virginia ratifying convention.
    • Under the new government, Pinckney became a devoted Federalist.
    • Even Alexander Hamilton, a prominent fellow Federalist, ripped into Adams, saying his defects of character made him unfit to hold office.
    • A Federalist is not against federal power in all instances.
    • Brooks had been a Revolutionary War hero and moderate Federalist during the War of 1812.
    • Washington's successor John Adams was a staunch Federalist from Massachusetts.
    • As his presidency progressed he came to distance himself more and more from the High Federalists; by the time he retired he was a Federalist in name only.
    • The Quaker, an ardent Federalist, aided Antifederalist opposition to the Constitution by repeatedly raising objections to the slave trade clause.
    • A Federalist, he vehemently opposed the War of 1812.