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centrism — CENTRÍSM s.n. Curent politic conciliatorist, din interiorul partidelor social democrate ale Internaţionalei a II a. – Din rus. ţentrizm (refăcut după centru). Trimis de valeriu, 03.03.2003. Sursa: DEX 98 centrísm s. n. Trimis de siveco,… … Dicționar Român
-centrism — [sen′triz΄əm] combining form forming nouns the state or condition of having (a specified thing) as the center or focus of attention, efforts, etc. [Eurocentrism] * * * … Universalium
centrism — 1935, from CENTRE (Cf. centre) + ISM (Cf. ism) (also see CENTRIST (Cf. centrist)) … Etymology dictionary
-centrism — [sen′triz΄əm] combining form forming nouns the state or condition of having (a specified thing) as the center or focus of attention, efforts, etc. [Eurocentrism] … English World dictionary
Centrism — Political centre redirects here. For the Russian movement (1919–20), see Political Centre (Russia). Owing its name to the left–right political spectrum, centrism is noted for its moderate stances on societal issues In politics, centrism is the… … Wikipedia
centrism — centrist ► NOUN ▪ a person having moderate political views or policies. DERIVATIVES centrism noun … English terms dictionary
centrism — noun see centrist … New Collegiate Dictionary
centrism — cen·trism (sĕnʹtrĭz əm) n. The political philosophy of avoiding the extremes of right and left by taking a moderate position. * * * … Universalium
centrism — noun Any moderate political philosophy that avoids extremes … Wiktionary
centrísm — s. n … Romanian orthography
centrism — n. belief in moderate political principles, belief in a political position that is neither left wing nor right wing … English contemporary dictionary