- adj. 民主的；民主党的；大众的
- 民主的,有民主精神〔作风〕的 of or favoring democracy; believing in or practising the principle of equality
characterized by or advocating or based upon the principles of democracy or social equality;
"a democratic country"
"a democratic scorn for bloated dukes and lords"
belong to or relating to the Democratic Party;
representing or appealing to or adapted for the benefit of the people at large;
"democratic art forms"
"a democratic or popular movement"
- Many people were elected to take part in democratic involvement.
- If we want to live a peaceful and democratic life, we must object to wars.
- She ran for office on the Democratic ticket.
- He threw a vote for the Democratic candidate.
- A democratic art form is often more popular than abstract and abstruse ones.
- He heroically defended democratic principles.
- The teacher's democratic ways make him liked by all his students.
- He was believed to belong to a certain democratic party.
- Schools in this country are democratic.
Summerhill is a self-governing school, democratic in form.出自： A. S. Neill
He rather wished the General was not so damned democratic, and had not insisted on sharing everyone's discomfort.出自： D. Bogarde
All the..neutrinos would interact equally, the neutral current being 'democratic' in neutrino types.出自：Nature