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Term: Democratic

Part of Speech: Adjective

Definition: Relating to or advocating democracy or its principles.

Sense 1: Relating to a system of government in which power is vested in the people, who rule either directly or through freely elected representatives.

Example sentence: The country transitioned into a democratic state after years of dictatorship.

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Sense 2: Based on the principles of democracy or conducive to its promotion.

Example sentence: The organization held a democratic election to appoint its new leaders.

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Sense 3: Pertaining to a political party or government that promotes democratic principles and policies.

Example sentence: The Democratic Party emerged as a strong contender in the upcoming elections.

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Sense 4: Reflecting or representing the views and interests of the general population; popular.

Example sentence: The musical artist's democratic appeal resonated with a wide range of listeners.

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