Coalitionist meaning in Bengali: গঠিতবাদী, মিশ্রবাদী (noun, pronunciation: koh-uh-lish-uh-nist)

Definition and Synonyms

A coalitionist refers to a person who supports or advocates for the formation of a coalition, especially in politics. They believe in the power of collaboration and cooperation among different groups or parties to achieve common goals.

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Origin and Nearby Words

The term “coalitionist” originated from the word “coalition,” which comes from the Latin word “coalitio” meaning “union” or “alliance.” Nearby words related to coalitionist include:

Coalitionist in Literature Quotes

1. “Unity is strength when there is collaboration and cooperation.” – Swami Vivekananda (একতা শক্তি, যখন সহযোগিতা এবং সহকর্মীতা থাকে।)

2. “Alone, we can do so little; together, we can do so much.” – Helen Keller (একা আমরা অতীত কিছুই করতে পারি; একসঙ্গে আমরা অনেক কিছু করতে পারি।)

Coalitionist Meaning in Different Languages

Bengali: গঠিতবাদী

Hindi: संघटनवादी

Nepali: संघटनावादी

Urdu: اتحادی

Tamil: கூட்டுக்காரர்

Telugu: కూటమునుండి

Arabic: تحالفي

Chinese: 联盟主义者

Japanese: 連立主義者

Russian: коалиционер

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