Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Coalition"

The meaning of "Coalition" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does coalition mean?
A: It is an alliance for political parties. It’s usually temporary.
Q: What does coalition mean?
A: coalition forces
Q: What does coalition mean?
A: 連合、提携
Q: What does coalition massacre mean?
A: I'm not sure but coalition means that many different people came together for a reason, like to work on something.

Example sentences using "Coalition"

Q: Please show me example sentences with coalition.
A: ‘The president ran his campaign with support from a coalition of both left-wing and right-wing voters’

Synonyms of "Coalition" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between a three-party coalition and a three-party alliance ?
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Translations of "Coalition"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? coalition
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Other questions about "Coalition"

Q: It is just because of a coalition of people wanting right a wrong. does this sound natural?
A: I think you could either say “wanting to right a wrong” or “that want to right a wrong”. I think the second sounds more natural.
Q: "...the American-led coalition deploys more air power to help support Afghan forces trying to regain territory lost to the Taliban."

Does this sentence mean "the coalition deploys more air power to help Afghan forces to try to regain territory which was taken by Taliban"?
Q: the coalition and bond between the UK and South Korea in terms of trade will remain as strong as the previous level of Brexit. does this sound natural?
A: Grammatically correct: "The coalition and bond between the UK and South Korea, in terms of trade, will remain as strong as it was prior to Brexit."

Just as an example, I would phrase that idea as: "The economic relationship between the UK and South Korea will remain strong despite Brexit."
Q: the coalition and bond between the UK and South Korea in terms of trade will stay as strong as the previous level of before Brexit does this sound natural?
A: "will remain as strong as it was before Brexit"

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