Translation of leftist in Spanish:

leftist

izquierdista, n.

Pronunciation /ˈlɛftəst/ /ˈlɛftɪst/

See Spanish definition of izquierdista

noun

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    izquierdista masculine, feminine
    • By way of background, most British leftists have some degree of emotional attachment to our public services.
    • We were even courageous in front of an amphitheatre crowded with excited leftists.
    • He was surrounded by leftists among all of his relatives.
    • Leftists are not the only ones making statements about corporate policies.
    • Some were leftists, angry at the failure of socialism after the war.
    • The more rigid leftists condemned the festival.
    • Even the most extreme leftists tend to start from the position of equality between persons.
    • It was quite a popular debating tactic in the 80's among leftists.

adjective

  • 1

    izquierdista
    • The air strikes caused a profound split inside leftist groups that could not decide which side they should support.
    • He also held strong leftist sympathies.
    • His political commentaries reveal much about American leftist politics of the 1930s and 1940s.
    • He didn't have a leftist background at all, but he had access to information and money.
    • In this new film, his leftist politics may be evident but they are never stated.
    • He contributed drawings to the leftist magazine for 17 years.
    • It would be easy to condemn the film as leftist, anti-American propaganda.
    • His work has often taken the critical power of leftist thought as a theme.
    • In 1947, many leftist filmmakers were treated as outlaws, and it's not surprising that they made some of their best films from the point of view of criminals.