- n.结合体; 联合; 同盟; （两党或多党）联合政府;
- 复数: coalitions;
to form a coalition
He said he hoped that the job of putting together a coalition wouldn't take too much time.
He had been opposed by a coalition of about 50 civil rights, women's and Latino organizations.
His policy risks fracturing the coalition.
The Liberal leader has announced his party's withdrawal from the ruling coalition.
It will be able to put together a governing coalition.
The Chancellor has opted to plough on with policies that could run his coalition on to the rocks.
Westerners charged that the party was run by an unholy coalition between North and South.
Many of the coalition members could have their own political agendas.
They were threatening to bring down the government by withdrawing from the ruling coalition.
The coalition did worse than expected, getting just 11.6 per cent of the vote.
He wants a loose coalition of leftwing forces.
The coalition will never hold together for six months.
The Social Democrats say they are ready after all to begin talks on joining a coalition government.
Since June the country has had a coalition government.
The coalition bulldozed the resolution through the plenary session.
His coalition may hold a clear majority but this could quickly fall away.
A coalition could have defeated the government and wrecked the treaty.
The coalition won a majority of the vote but failed to win enough of the key marginals.
The Party was a thorn in the flesh of his coalition.
The several parties formed a coalition.
Between 1965 and 1969 Germany had a similar coalition cabinet.
The three main secular parties in the ruling coalition have kept quiet.
Iraqis who show friendship toward coalition troops are murdered in cold blood by the regime's enforcers.
A new effort led by Canoe Ventures, a coalition of leading cable providers, aims to make interactive advertising available across America later this year.
During the presidential campaign, Barack Obama assembled a racially and ideologically diverse coalition with his message of hope and change; as the reality of life under a new administration settles in, some of those supporters might become disillusioned.
According to the Dallas area cultural advocacy coalition, arts agencies employ more than 10, 000 people as full-or part-time employees or independent contractors.
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As the co-founder of the National Young Farmers Coalition NYFC (美国青年农会) and a family farmer myself, I have a front-row seat to the innovations among small farmers that are transforming the industry.
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1. an organization of people (or countries) involved in a pact or treaty
2. the state of being combined into one body
3. the union of diverse things into one body or form or group; the growing together of parts