politico

[ puh-lit-i-koh ]
/ pəˈlɪt ɪˌkoʊ /

noun, plural po·lit·i·cos.

a politician.

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Origin of politico

1620–30; < Italian or Spanish

Definition for politico (2 of 2)

politico-

a combining form representing political in compound words: politico-religious.
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British Dictionary definitions for politico (1 of 2)

politico
/ (pəˈlɪtɪˌkəʊ) /

noun plural -cos

Word Origin for politico

C17: from Italian or Spanish

British Dictionary definitions for politico (2 of 2)

politico-

combining form

denoting political or politicspoliticoeconomic
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