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Hindi translation of 'colonialism'

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colonialism

/kəˈləʊniəlɪzəm कअˈलअउनीअलिज़म्/
uncountable noun
Colonialism is the practice by which a powerful country directly controls less powerful countries.
उपनिवेशवाद mn
We can see the lasting effects of colonialism.
COLLOCATIONS
Western/19th-century/European colonialism
SET PHRASES
colonialism and imperialism, slavery and colonialism

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Example Sentences Including 'colonialism'

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How can a balance sheet of European colonialism in Africa be set out?
Grenville, J. A. S. The Collins History of the World in the 20th Century (1994)
His talk last week on British colonialism was pointless and tedious.
Times, Sunday Times (2010)
It is interesting to reflect why European colonialism ended.
Hirst, Paul After Thatcher (1989)

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In Common Usage. colonialism is one of the 10000 most commonly used words in the Collins dictionary

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'colonialism' in Other Languages

British English: colonialism NOUN
Colonialism is the practice by which a powerful country directly controls less powerful countries and uses their resources to increase its own power and wealth.
...the bitter oppression of slavery and colonialism.

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Translation of colonialism from the Collins English to Hindi
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