politico

From King Dictionary of Contemporary Englishpoliticopo‧lit‧i‧co /pəˈlɪtɪkəʊ $ -koʊ/ noun [countable] POLITICSa politician or someone who is active in politics – usually used to show disapproval a slick politico
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politicoMany local politicos were surprised at McKasson's resignation.You know I don't tangle with the looney politico fringe.
politico-politico- /pəlɪtɪkəʊ $ -koʊ/ prefix [used in adjectives] POLITICSrelating to both politics and something else politico-economic factors
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politico-politico-military strategy
Origin politico (1600-1700) Italian Spanish, from Latin politicus; POLITIC politico- Latin politicus; POLITIC