- n.政治制度，政权，政体; 管理，方法; [医]养生法; （病人等的）生活规则;
- 复数: regimes;
The overthrow of the military regime was followed by a period of anarchy.
The move was widely seen as an attempt to appease critics of the regime.
to be under the jackboot of a dictatorial regime
The military regime in power was unpopular and repressive.
For many years, the country had been buried under the apparatus of the regime.
He has a new fitness regime to strengthen his back.
The massacre laid bare the moral bankruptcy of the regime.
The authorities moved him to the less rigid regime of an open prison.
The iniquities of the regime are incarnated in one man.
He used his diary to put a fine gloss on the horrors the regime perpetrated.
Pujol was imprisoned and tortured under the Franco regime.
The country's intellectuals are also being taken to task for their failure to speak out against the regime.
Recent historical work looks kindly on the regime.
There has been strong criticism of the military regime.
The regime built up the largest army in Africa.
Even passive acceptance of the regime was a kind of collaboration.
Amongst the population at large the support for the present regime is virtually zero.
A more relaxed regime and regular work lends the inmates a dignity not seen in other prisons.
A series of coup attempts and mutinies within the armed forces destabilized the regime.
The regime has been harshly criticized for serious human rights violations.
Until last year, the regime kept a tight grip on the country.
The regime was the very incarnation of evil.
The uneasy coupling of fascism and conservatism spawned a new kind of political regime.
He said the present civilian government is just a front for the old military regime.
The regime ruthlessly suppresses all dissent.
He spoke of the abhorrent crimes that had been committed under the regime.
The fall of the old regime provided fertile ground for opportunism.
For years the nation had been under the heel of a dictatorial regime.
The people finally rose up and overthrew the reactionary regime.
When public opinion is particularly polarised, as it was following the end of the Franco regime, monarchs can rise above “mere” politics and “embody” a spirit of national unity.
1. the organization that is the governing authority of a political unit;
"the government reduced taxes"
"the matter was referred to higher authorities"
2. (medicine) a systematic plan for therapy (often including diet)
regime 政体, 政权, 政权制度
reg统治+ime→统治[体系]→政体, 政权, 政权制度