totalitarian

英 [,təʊtælɪ'teərɪən; tə(ʊ),tælɪ-] 美 [to,tælə'tɛrɪən]
  • adj. 极权主义的
  • n. 极权主义者
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1、tot- + -al + -itarian(复合后缀:-ite, -ary, -an).
totalitarian 极权主义的

total,全部的,-itarian,缩写自 authoritarian,极权主义者。

totalitarian (adj.)
1926, first in reference to Italian fascism, formed in English on model of Italian totalitario "complete, absolute, totalitarian," from total (adj.) + ending from authoritarian. The noun is recorded from 1938.
1. The principle of hierarchy does not equate to totalitarian terror.
等级制度在原则上并不等同于极权主义恐怖。

来自柯林斯例句

2. The nation states of Eastern Europe finally sloughed off their totalitarian regimes.
东欧民族国家最终抛弃了极权统治。

来自柯林斯例句

3. This reluctance to move towards a democratic state is typical of totalitarian regimes.
不愿朝民主制国家迈进是极权主义政权的特性。

来自柯林斯例句

4. In totalitarian societies, art exists for didactic purposes.
在极权社会里,艺术只为教化的目的而存在。

来自辞典例句

5. The imposing monolith of totalitarian states often obscures their latent weaknesses.
极权国家外表堂堂的铁板一块掩盖了它们内在的虚弱.

来自辞典例句

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