Meaning of COALITION in English

COALITION

noun

ADJECTIVE

▪ strong

▪ loose

▪ broad , broad-based , international , multilateral , multiracial , rainbow

a broad-based ~ of religious and community groups

▪ majority , minority

▪ grand

a grand ~ of various environmental groups

▪ centre-left/center-left , centre-right/center-right , conservative , left-wing , liberal , progressive , radical , right-wing

▪ two-party , three-party , etc.

▪ bipartisan

▪ governing , government , ruling

▪ opposition

▪ political

VERB + COALITION

▪ assemble , build , create , forge , form , organize , put together

The two parties have formed a ~.

▪ join

▪ head , lead

a ~ led by the Socialist Party

COALITION + VERB

▪ break up , collapse , fall , fall apart

COALITION + NOUN

▪ government

▪ member , partner , party , spokesman

▪ forces , troops

PREPOSITION

▪ in (a/the) ~

The two parties governed in ~ for four years.

the biggest party in the government ~

▪ ~ between

a ~ between the Socialists and Communists

▪ ~ of

a broad ~ of democratic and republican groups

▪ ~ with

They formed a ~ with the Greens.

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