four-party four-party


  • (adj) involving four parties


  1. A politician once said that between elections Hoosiers firmly believe in a four-party system: two Republican and two Democratic.
  2. Should De Gasperi's four-party coalition win a bare majority, the new electoral-bonus law would automatically give him 65% of the 590 Chamber seats, a comfortable margin.
  3. Martens, a Dutch-speaking Christian Democrat, threw in the towel after it became clear that his four-party, bilingual governing coalition was about to dissolve.


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