Definition of party political in English:

party political

adjective

British
  • Relating to or involved in party politics.

    ‘thinly disguised party political propaganda’
    • ‘It affects everybody in this country, and it is up to all of us to put our party political differences aside and actually start doing something about it.’
    • ‘It is not a party political convention or conference.’
    • ‘This geographical division of party political strength is a reflection of the socio-economic composition of the population.’
    • ‘We have the right, if not the obligation, to build a party political alternative, to occupy the ground which they have abandoned.’
    • ‘In contrast to cabinet governments, the college is never united by shared party political, national, or ideological affinities.’
    • ‘He said he did not want to get involved in ‘typical party political issues’ now.’
    • ‘We need to draw in people in communities, but not on a party political basis.’
    • ‘The demise of party political groupings in favour of independent people who are prepared to examine issues at face value would be an added bonus.’
    • ‘How have the spin doctors employed by government to spread party political propaganda been an asset to the education of the people of St Lucia?’
    • ‘But he believes the party political nature of the local council has stopped it tackling problems effectively.’
    • ‘We think that people's insurance will be invalid, and that is not something that one wants to take party political advantage from.’
    • ‘These are not party political issues - these are questions of local government finance and of proper community planning.’
    • ‘I do not want to be party political about it, but it was undertaken under a previous Government that was also gaining experience at the time.’
    • ‘This group cuts across traditional party political lines on independence and comprises some of the most radicalised sections of the working class.’
    • ‘If you don't like what councillors are doing in your name and party political dogma, then why not do something about it?’
    • ‘Our amendments will get rid of party political appointments to the Electoral Commission.’
    • ‘It turns out that the principle he was affirming wasn't against Government funding of party political ads.’
    • ‘He conveniently forgets that attitudes to the development did not divide on party political lines.’
    • ‘Each mayor is more interested in the day-to-day issues that concern people than the petty irrelevances of party political meetings.’
    • ‘There were members on that committee who certainly had personal agendas, but no particular party had a party political agenda.’
    individual, group, separate, divided, special, personal, private, exclusive, local, provincial, regional, national, sectarian, factional, party, class, racial, partisan, partial, selfish
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Pronunciation

party political