Definitions for bloc
This dictionary definitions page includes all the possible meanings, example usage and translations of the word bloc.
a group of countries in special alliance
a group of voters or politicians who share common goals
a group of countries acting together for political or economic goals, an alliance: e.g., the eastern bloc, the western bloc, a trading bloc
Etymology: From bloc, from bloc, from bloc, from blok, from *, from bluk(k)an, from bhulg'-, from. Cognate with bloh, bloc, bolca, bǫlkr. More at balk.
A bloc is a group of countries, political parties, or people united with shared common interests, objectives, or goals, often aiming to increase their collective power or influence. This association can be established in different domains including politics, economics, or trade. Examples of blocs include trade blocs, voting blocs, and military blocs.
What does BLOC stand for? -- Explore the various meanings for the BLOC acronym on the Abbreviations.com website.
The numerical value of bloc in Chaldean Numerology is: 6
The numerical value of bloc in Pythagorean Numerology is: 5
Panicked over his dismal reelection prospects, it appears that no bloc of Illinois voters is safe from the over-the-top and offensive rhetoric that seems to spew weekly from Mark Kirk's mouth.
Nothing indicates either bloc will win a majority on their own, if they want to prevent the Sweden Democrats from gaining influence they must be prepared to break up the bloc politics.
How dumb can the Republicans be to be beating up on the fastest-growing voting bloc in the country? That's one we gotta grab! a path to citizenship is not only good policy, it's good politics.
I'm not baiting them into doing violence. I'm baiting them into showing up in enough numbers. Because when you see enough people in Black Bloc, people get scared, the people that aren't involved in( the protests), that don't think about Black Bloc -- they see all these people looking like ISIS.
As an independent Muslim country, we will not be tied to any bloc that promotes decadence and ungodly behavior, we are no longer going to entertain any dialogue with the European Union, either directly or through the sub-regional, regional and international blocs of which we are members.
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