noun, plural ap·pa·rat·chiks; Russian ap·pa·rat·chi·ki [uh-puh-raht-chyi-kyee] /ʌ pʌˈrɑt tʃyɪ kyi/.
Origin of apparatchik
Related Words for apparatchikcomrade, sympathizer, red, Marxist, pinko, Commie, Socialist, Bolshevist, Trotskyite, Bolshevik, Maoist, Stalinist, Leninist
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Contemporary Examples of apparatchik
Rivals tagged her an apparatchik, an heiress, handpicked by a mayor/mentor said to nickname her “ma petite Anne,” my little Anne.French Vote Thrusts Two Women Into the Spotlight
March 31, 2014
Word Origin for apparatchik
"Communist agent or spy," 1941, originally in writings of Arthur Koestler, from Russian, from apparat "political organization" (see apparat). Russian plural is apparatchiki.