Socialite

This is a word that comes from the English Socialite, however, the French pronunciation has been attributed to it by adding the accent on the last syllable. Socialite refers to a person, usually a woman, who belongs to the upper class of society. Not only this, but it enjoys certain privileges within it. In this sense, […]

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Masista

In Bolivia, followers of the political movement MAS (Movimiento al Socialismo) were known as masistas. Politically, the masistas are socialists. Little by little, the expression changed, from a political definition to a derogatory term that encompasses several meanings, referring to someone who has no values, no morals or decency. The term masista is today an insult directed at […]

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Demagogia

You’ve probably heard this word in the political environment and you’re sure to have doubts about what demagogia means. It is a term that comes from the Greek “A /demos” meaning people and “ἄγω/ago” which means to drive. This can be translated as driving into town. But for what purpose is demagoguery used, is it negative or positive? in que-quiere-decir.com we’ll explain. Demagogia is a way of governing […]

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Caucus

The Caucus is a term strongly linked to the partisan electoral process of the United States of America and generates curiosity in more than one. Next, in Que-quiere-decir.com we will show you what is the meaning of Caucus and we will talk about its etymological origins. The Caucus as such is a method of election of a candidate used by the American […]

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