noun, plural Men·she·viks, Men·she·vik·i [men-shuh-vik-ee, -vee-kee; Russian myin-shi-vyi-kyee]. /ˈmɛn ʃəˌvɪk i, -ˌvi ki; Russian myɪn ʃɪ vyɪˈkyi/.
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Origin of Menshevik
OTHER WORDS FROM MenshevikMen·she·vism [men-shuh-viz-uhm], /ˈmɛn ʃəˌvɪz əm/, nounMen·she·vist, adjective
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Example sentences from the Web for Menshevik
Are we depriving ourselves of Cadet and Menshevik criticisms of the corruption of the working class?
One of the Menshevik orators attempted incidentally to represent me as a defender of militarism in general.
In Russia "Bolshevik" means majority, and "Menshevik" minority.Bolshevism: A Curse & Danger to the Workers|Henry William Lee
An old Menshevik, he was the originator and most urgent supporter of the decree annulling the foreign debts.The Crisis in Russia|Arthur Ransome