neocolonial

EnglishEdit

EtymologyEdit

neo- +‎ colonial

AdjectiveEdit

neocolonial ‎(comparative more neocolonial, superlative most neocolonial)

  1. (geopolitics) Of or pertaining to, or based on, neocolonialism
    • 1988, January 29, “Michael Miner”[Chicago Reader], Art of Our Arrogance/Rethinking Vietnam:
      One of the things that was a sin of ours, and the neocolonial arrangement we tried to produce, was that we had all the answers and they had none.
    • 2009, January 18, “Haroon Siddiqui”[Toronto Star], Obama cannot walk on water but he can disperse dark clouds:
      This is a racist, neocolonial construct.

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PortugueseEdit

AdjectiveEdit

neocolonial m, f ‎(plural neocoloniais, comparable)

  1. (geopolitics) neocolonial (of or pertaining to, or based on, neocolonialism)

SpanishEdit

AdjectiveEdit

neocolonial m, f ‎(plural neocoloniales)

  1. neocolonial
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