What is a republican

Republicans (German)

Part of speech: noun, (male)

Hyphenation:
Re | pu | b | li | ka | ner, Plural: Re | pu | b | li | ka | ner
Pronunciation / Stress:
IPA: [ʁepubliˈkaːnɐ]
Word meaning / definition:
1) Politics:Supporter of the form of government of the republic
2) Member or supporter of the American "Republican Party"
3) Member or supporter of the German party "The Republicans"
Origin of the term:
borrowed in the 18th century from synonymous french républicain
Opposite words:
1) monarchist
2) Democrat
Female word forms:
Republican
General terms:
Politician
Application examples:
1) “In the world political moment that forces England, America and France to reverse or revise their policies, only a new Germany and not an old empire with a republican company can achieve something for us. In today's Germany, however, it takes more courage republican to be a monarchist. "
1) “The final victory over the Spaniards came on June 24, 1821, now they took republican also Caracas. "
2) The republican Richard Nixon is the only President of the United States to date to step down from office.
2) “Bloomberg was once launched in 2002 as a republican elected to the town hall, at the end of his term of office in 2013 he had been non-party for a long time and has been a registered democrat again since October 2018. "
3) “The Federal Chairman of the Republican, Rolf Schlierer, spoke of a "starting signal for cooperation between democratic patriots in a Europe of fatherlands". "
Word formations:
republican
Cases:
Nominative: singular republican; Plural republican
Genitive: singular Republican; Plural republican
Dative: singular republican; Plural Republicans
Accusative: singular republican; Plural republican

Translations

  • English: 1) republican; 2) Republican
  • French: republicain (male); 3) Républicain (male)
  • Greek (new): ρεπουμπλικάνος (republikános) (male)(Female)
    • Kurmanji: 1) komarparêz (male); 2) Komarparêz (male)
  • Swedish: republican (Utrum)
  • Spanish: republicano (male)
  • Turkish: cumhuriyetçi

Similar words (German):republic

Practical example sentences

Automatically selected examples in German:

Democrats and republican argue on the backs of state employees.
sueddeutsche.de, January 17, 2019

Final spurt before the US congressional elections: Democrats and republican give everything.
Epoch Times, November 4, 2018

Suddenly they have it republican very difficult to whip through her favorite candidate for the Supreme Court, Brett Kavanaugh.
BILD.de, September 24, 2018

The republican under Trump have taken the power game in the US to extremes. Which strategies the Democrats are now discussing.
Bernerzeitung.ch, October 4th, 2018

Why are the midterm elections so important? And what tricks do they try republican to win? An analysis in graphics.
Spiegel Online, November 6, 2018

The republican wants to secure 'the American superiority in space'.
digitalfernsehen.de, December 22, 2019

Democrats and republican different positions.
SRF, April 30, 2020

The republican in the US Senate have submitted a bill for a police reform.
dradio.de, June 17, 2020

The republican to wander through the election campaign. Even the planning for the party congress is chaotic.
Telepolis, August 6th, 2020

At the party congress of republican also push the President's children into the spotlight.
DiePresse.com, August 25, 2020

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Seat: ... the war chiefs and deposed them. 5) The first thing to do was to remove the coterie of the bourgeois republicans who still held the seats in the National Assembly ...

republic:… 1) living in a republic Derived words: Banana republic, republican, republican, soviet republic Translations Arabic: 1) جُمْهُورِيَّة…

Faroese: ... at least thinks Magnus Magnussen, chain dancer and inhabitant of the Faroese archipelago: "As a Republican you are on the other side, aren't you?"

French Revolution: ... Meaning of the word / definition: 1) historical period between 1789 and 1799 in France, in which the republicans overthrew the monarchy.

nectar:… Laughing nymph dance, music and comedies - don't be angry about that, you virtuous republicans! In response to your censorship reproaches, we will reply to you, what a fool of ...


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