Definition of politico
Examples of politico in a Sentence
a politico who will do anything to win an election
Recent Examples of politico from the Web
But early on, his politico father is arrested and jailed on multiple corruption charges (something that's been happening a lot recently in real-world Spain) and suddenly his world falls apart.
Unlike Ryan, a career politico, Bryce is a political newbie.
Goodbye Spicer?: Politico reports that White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer is searching for someone to replace him.
Per Politico, Spicer is vying for a position in the administration that would be more senior than press secretary and communications director.
Regarding the unofficial White House’s stance on the new bill, per Politico: The administration official emphasized that the White House supports sanctions on Russia and that the political ramifications of any veto have not been discussed yet.
A variety of Virginia politicos to whom CNN spoke peg the magic number at 375,000 voters -- above that number could be good for Perriello, but below that should indicate a Northam win.
Politico reports the leading contender is Michael Pack, a conservative filmmaker and president of the Claremont Institute.
For many politicos from Louisiana, the presidency is not the only position better than U.S. Senator.
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Origin and Etymology of politico
Italian politico or Spanish político, ultimately from Latin politicus political
First Known Use: 1630See Words from the same year
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