Origin of regime
Examples from the Web for regimes
Every day, they are in effect passing judgment on regimes around the world.
But it might break down in regimes we have trouble testing, and some speculative theories have proposed something like that.The Equivalence Principle and Testing Einstein With Spaceships and Atoms|Matthew R. Francis|June 4, 2014|DAILY BEAST
And naturally none would admit the errors of the regimes they serve.
Sixth, the replacement of U.S.-protected Muslim regimes that do not govern according to Islam by regimes that do.
Kerry leans more toward economic diplomacy and engagement with regimes who may not be on their best behavior.Exclusive: John Kerry Defies the White House on Egypt Policy|Josh Rogin|November 18, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Some of these regimes have been pretty quiet since September the 11th.
True, all hideous regimes had their figleaf intellectuals and with a few exceptions, the regimes in the Balkans are not hideous.After the Rain|Sam Vaknin
By seeking weapons of mass destruction, these regimes pose a grave and growing danger.
British Dictionary definitions for regimes
Word Origin for regime
Word Origin and History for regimes
"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 regimes
Culture definitions for regimes
An administration, or a system of managing government.