Origin of regime
Examples from the Web for regime
I had been arrested by the Mubarak regime and went on to spend four years behind bars.
The world should stand in solidarity with him and the many other victims of the Assad regime.
The regime reacted furiously, sentencing him to over eight years in prison.
Priests often preach support for the regime to their congregations, many of whom loudly dissent.In One Corner of Syria, Christmas Spirit Somehow Manages to Survive|Peter Schwartzstein|December 25, 2014|DAILY BEAST
He has not changed his view in prison despite the enormous pressure exerted on him by the regime.
Nothing strange for Mexican soldiers under the regime of Santa Anna.The Lone Ranche|Captain Mayne Reid
It serves mainly to provide the regime with ostensive evidence of its power and technological progress.Area Handbook for Albania|Eugene K. Keefe
At our last meeting, you foretold the near overthrow of Mr. Nixon and the Croker regime.The Onlooker, Volume 1, Part 2|Various
The wind of a riot is always enough to veer the Parisians from north to south under any regime.Paz|Honore de Balzac
Born under our regime, raised under the People's Democratic Dictatorship.Expediter|Dallas McCord Reynolds
British Dictionary definitions for regime
Word Origin for regime
Word Origin and History for regime
"system of government or rule," 1792, from French régime, from Old French regimen (14c.), from Latin regimen "rule, guidance, government, means of guidance, rudder," from regere (see regal). Earlier "course of diet, exercise," late 15c. In French, l'ancien régime refers to the system of government before the revolution of 1789.
Medicine definitions for regime
Culture definitions for regime
An administration, or a system of managing government.