CEFR C1 Vocabulary

CEFR C1 Vocabulary - Lesson 32

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Here you will learn some English words about politics, such as "radical", "dictator", "activism", etc. prepared for C1 learners.
to lobbyverb

to make an attempt to persuade politicians to agree or disagree with a law being made or changed

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to reformverb

to make a society, law, system, or organization better or more effective by making many changes to it

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diplomaticadjective

related to the work of keeping or creating friendly relationships between countries

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sovereignadjective

(of a country or state) self-governed and free from external control

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radicaladjective

supporting total and extreme social or political changes

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activism
activismnoun

the action of striving to bring about social or political reform, especially as a member of an organization with specific objectives

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activist
activistnoun

a person who tries to bring about political or social change, especially someone who supports strong actions such as protests, etc.

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ambassadornoun

a senior official whose job is living in a foreign country and representing their own country

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dictatornoun

a ruler that has total power over a state, particularly a ruler who gained power through force

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policy makernoun

someone who makes decisions about the policies that a government or organization follows

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propagandanoun

information and statements that are mostly biased and false and are used to promote a political cause or leader

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autonomynoun

(of a country, region, etc.) the state of being independent and free from external control

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constitutionnoun

the official laws and principles by which a country or state is governed

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legislationnoun

the act or process of making laws or passing a statute

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mandatenoun

the legality and power given to a government or other organization after winning an election

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bureaucracynoun

a system of government that is controlled by officials who are not elected rather employed

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cabinetnoun

senior members of a government who make decisions and control the policy of the government

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commercenoun

the act of buying and selling goods and services, particularly between countries

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free tradenoun

a system of international trading in which there are no restrictions or taxes on goods bought or sold

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pollnoun

a process in which random people are asked the same questions to find out what the general public thinks about a given subject

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alliance
alliancenoun

an association between countries, organizations, political parties, etc. in order to achieve common interests

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ally
allynoun

a country that aids another country, particularly if a war breaks out

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coalitionnoun

an alliance between two or more countries or between political parties when forming a government or during elections

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coupnoun

an unexpected, illegal, and often violent attempt to change a government

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exilenoun

the situation of someone who is sent to live in another country or city by force, particularly as a penalty or for political reasons

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wingnoun

members of a political party or other organization who have a certain function or share certain views

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treatynoun

an official agreement between two or more governments or states

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capitalismnoun

an economic and political system in which industry, businesses, and properties belong to the private sector rather than the government

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communismnoun

a political system in which the government controls all industry, every citizen is equally treated, and private ownership does not exist

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extremismnoun

religious or political actions, beliefs, or ideas that most people find them extreme, unreasonable, and abnormal

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fascismnoun

an extreme right-wing political attitude or system characterized by a strong central government, aggressively promoting one's country or race above others, as well as prohibiting any opposition

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federalismnoun

a political system in which a central government controls the affairs of each self-governed state

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globalismnoun

a belief in which the actions of one country affect all other countries in the world and that economic policy is built on benefiting the whole world not an individual country

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liberalismnoun

the political belief that promotes personal freedom, democracy, gradual changes in society, and free trade

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socialismnoun

a political and economic principle in which main industries are controlled by the government and that wealth is equally divided among citizens

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administrativeadjective

related to the directing of an organization or business

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congressionaladjective

relating to a congress, especially that of the US

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constitutionaladjective

relating to or operating under the official laws and principles called the constitution, by which a country or state is governed

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electoral
electoraladjective

connected with elections or electors

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interimadjective

lasting only temporary before something permanent is presented

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protocolnoun

a set of rules and appropriate behavior that officials use on formal occasions

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to tableverb

to formally bring up a proposal, discussion, etc. at a meeting for consideration

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entouragenoun

a group of people who work for and accompany a person of power or fame

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appeasementnoun

a policy of giving in to the demands of others in order to maintain peace, often at the cost of one's own principles or values

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