Definition of 'parliament'
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The police cyclists hastily got into formation, and the motorcade roared away down the road, sirens wailing, heading for parliament. SEIZE THE RECKLESS WIND (2002)Do you suppose they have accepted the imposition of a British parliament ? ANTI-ICE (2002)No. The Justice has no more intention of investigating Rakewell than I do of becoming a member of parliament. THE RIVAL QUEENS: A COUNTESS ASHBY DE LA ZOUCHE MYSTERY (2002)
In 1955, one of the richest and most powerful men in the new West Germany and a fresh face in its Bonn parliament, he went back to Rome. THE THORN BIRDS (2002)
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British English: parliament /ˈpɑːləmənt/ NOUN
The parliament of a country is the group of people who make or change its laws.
Parliament today approved the policy.
- American English: parliament
- Arabic: بَرْلَـمَانٌ
- Brazilian Portuguese: parlamento
- Chinese: 国会
- Croatian: parlament
- Czech: parlament
- Danish: parlament
- Dutch: parlement
- European Spanish: parlamento
- Finnish: parlamentti
- French: parlement
- German: Parlament
- Greek: κοινοβούλιο
- Italian: parlamento
- Japanese: 議会
- Korean: 국회
- Norwegian: parlament
- Polish: parlament
- European Portuguese: parlamento
- Romanian: parlament
- Russian: парламент
- Spanish: parlamento
- Swedish: parlament
- Thai: รัฐสภา
- Turkish: parlamento
- Ukrainian: парламент
- Vietnamese: quốc hội
Definition of parliament from the Collins English Dictionary
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