English translation of 'militant'
Example Sentences Including 'militant'
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Le favori pour le poste est Gilles Lemaire, un militant du centre de Paris.Le Nouvel Observateur (2002)
Mais la question posée par Gramsci est autre : ce qui est visé ici, c'est le dédoublement du sociologue en militant.Retournez les fusils ! Manuel de sociologie d'opposition
Mon militant me glisse à l'oreille C'est comme ça Soweto.Actuel
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British English: campaigner NOUN
A campaigner is a person who campaigns for social or political change.
British English: crusader NOUN
A crusader for a cause is someone who does a lot in support of it.
He has set himself up as a crusader for higher press and broadcasting standards.
British English: militant ADJECTIVE
You use militant to describe people who believe in something very strongly and are active in trying to bring about political or social change, often in extreme ways that other people find unacceptable.
Militant mineworkers have voted for a one-day stoppage next month.
Translation of militant from the Collins French to English Dictionary
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