Noun(1) an organization of people (or countries(2) the state of being combined into one body(3) the union of diverse things into one body or form or group; the growing together of parts
(1) His party failed to win an overall majority and a coalition government was formed.(2) A centre-right coalition was formed after elections in 1996 but collapsed in 1999.(3) they had a taste of government in coalition with the Social Democrats(4) The party could become part of a ruling coalition for the first time in its history.(5) Organised by a coalition of radical organisations to oppose globalisation, the event attracted quite a wide range of people.(6) The opposition activists are begging him to lead the center-left coalition of parties.(7) Even before the coalition was built, the party leaders had agreed on an electoral truce.(8) However, his Liberal Democrat coalition partners are opposed to any new nuclear power stations.(9) But a coalition of animal welfare groups has successfully rescued more than 30 so far.(10) a coalition government(11) However, he is in coalition with a far-right nationalist party that bitterly opposes both steps.(12) a coalition between Liberals and Conservatives(13) His government is an uneasy coalition of ten parties, going under the title " Alliance for Change".(14) Following the increasing public dissatisfaction, a new coalition of civil organizations was established.(15) the party was only able to govern in coalition with three or even four other parties(16) a coalition of conservatives and disaffected Democrats
(1) coalition government :: ממשלת קואליציה
1. alliance ::
2. fusion ::
coalition, coalitionist, coalitionists, coalitions
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