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Marxist

[ mahrk-sist ]
/ ˈmɑrk sɪst /
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noun

an adherent of Karl Marx or his theories.

adjective

of Karl Marx or his theories.

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Origin of Marxist

First recorded in 1885–90; Marx + -ist

OTHER WORDS FROM Marxist

non-Marxist, adjective, noun

WORDS THAT MAY BE CONFUSED WITH Marxist

communist, fascist, Marxist , socialist
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British Dictionary definitions for Marxist

Marxist
/ (ˈmɑːksɪst) /

noun

a follower of Marxism

adjective

(of an economic or political theory) analogous to or derived from the doctrines of Karl Marx
of or relating to Marx, Marxism, or Marxists and their theories
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