sem|i|po|lit|i|cal

sem|i|po|lit|i|cal «SEHM ee puh LIHT uh kuhl», adjective.
partly political: »

a semipolitical, semisacerdotal fraternity (Thomas Hughes).


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  • sem|i|el|lip|ti|cal — «SEHM ee ih LIHP tuh kuhl», adjective. shaped like half of an ellipse, especially one that is cut transversely …   Useful english dictionary

  • sem|i|em|pir|i|cal — «SEHM ee ehm PIHR uh kuhl», adjective. partly empirical …   Useful english dictionary

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  • ge´o|po|lit´i|cal|ly — ge|o|po|lit|i|cal «JEE oh puh LIHT uh kuhl», adjective. having to do with or involved in geopolitics: »The new era would be a “geopolitical” era, for the conquest of space had rendered the old maritime empires obsolete (Atlantic).… …   Useful english dictionary

  • ge|o|po|lit|i|cal — «JEE oh puh LIHT uh kuhl», adjective. having to do with or involved in geopolitics: »The new era would be a “geopolitical” era, for the conquest of space had rendered the old maritime empires obsolete (Atlantic). –ge´o|po|lit´i|cal|ly, adverb …   Useful english dictionary

  • i|so|po|lit|i|cal — «Y soh puh LIHT uh kuhl», adjective. of or having to do with isopolity; involving mutual rights of citizenship …   Useful english dictionary

  • met|a|po|lit|i|cal — «MEHT uh puh LIHT uhkuhl», adjective. of or having to do with metapolitics …   Useful english dictionary

  • met|ro|po|lit|i|cal — «MEHT ruh puh LIHT uh kuhl», adjective. of or having to do with a metropolitan of the church, or his see or province: »Metropolitical responsibility for the diocese of Hongkong and Macao, which the then Archbishop of Canterbury accepted in 1952,… …   Useful english dictionary

  • a´po|lit´i|cal|ly — a|po|lit|i|cal «AY puh LIHT uh kuhl», adjective. not concerned with politics or political issues: »The largely rural, nomadic population was generally apolitical and had never known democracy (Wall Street Journal). –a´po|lit´i|cal|ly, adverb …   Useful english dictionary

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