Definition of factionalism in English:


Translate factionalism into Spanish


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‘Ilchev said referendums were inappropriate to the country's political environment, characterised as it is by rivalries and factionalism.’
  • ‘But once they succeed, they really will lack any basis for a continued alliance, and factionalism will reemerge.’
  • ‘Life seldom imitates art, and the struggle to achieve votes for women was as fraught with internal factionalism and personal rivalries as any other political movement.’
  • ‘For another, building a party with only people who share your opinions to the nth degree is a certain recipe for factionalism and isolation.’
  • ‘Can't they see the damage their petty-minded factionalism does to the institution they supposedly dedicated their political lives to creating?’



/ˈfakSHənlˌiz(ə)m/ /ˈfækʃənlˌɪz(ə)m/ /ˈfakSHnəˌliz(ə)m/ /ˈfækʃnəˌlɪz(ə)m/