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Idioms for politics
- to engage in political intrigue, take advantage of a political situation or issue, resort to partisan politics, etc.; exploit a political system or political relationships.
- to deal with people in an opportunistic, manipulative, or devious way, as for job advancement.
OTHER WORDS FROM politicsan·ti·pol·i·tics, adjectivepro·pol·i·tics, adjective
Words nearby politics
Example sentences from the Web for politics
“Overall, we have seen news and politics pods hold their place in the charts post-election and post-inauguration,” said Dave Zohrob, the founder and CEO of Chartable, a podcast analytics service.Even with expansion into other categories, Crooked plans to keep things political|Max Willens|February 12, 2021|Digiday
John Drescher is a national politics editor at The Washington Post.How a courageous Southern governor broke ranks with segregationists in 1961|John Drescher|January 1, 2021|Washington Post
Oh, and a politics podcast in which the three hosts place bets with their own money on political outcomes via PredictIt.The Election Podcast Trying to Get Everyone to Stop Listening|Fiona Zublin|October 29, 2020|Ozy
In Japan, politics is a family affair, with parliamentary electoral machines handed down from one generation to the next.How the son of strawberry pickers became Japan’s most likely choice for next prime minister|claychandler|September 3, 2020|Fortune
So, you came to the conclusion that politics is an industry, much like many of the other industries that you’ve been studying over your career.
In the meantime, he should just accept that the holdup has nothing to do with his politics.
Former Red Sox star Curt Schilling says his politics are keeping him out of Cooperstown.
But he added that the tactic ensured all “relevant” topics in the world of politics were back to the world of Paul.
Liberal Democrats like to blow their bugles about how all the big money in politics comes from rich Republicans.
Whatever frustrations or disappointments he felt about politics never surfaced.
A desultory conversation on politics, in which neither took the slightest interest, was a safe neutral ground.The Pit Town Coronet, Volume I (of 3)|Charles James Wills
It was her delight to mingle politics and chivalric devotion, in their long conferences.The Pastor's Fire-side Vol. 3 of 4|Jane Porter
Then he suddenly went in for politics and announced himself an uncompromising Liberal.
She liked him less than ever, nevertheless wished that he were her brother and the rising star in American politics.
Deeply as they disapproved of his politics, they respected his independence and were inordinately proud of him.
British Dictionary definitions for politics
- the policy-formulating aspects of government as distinguished from the administrative, or legal
- the civil functions of government as distinguished from the military
Idioms and Phrases with politics
see play politics.