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

The meaning of "Democracy" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does I have found that democracy in Japn is no worse than that of America.
(Does this sound natural?) mean?
A: I have found that Japan's democracy is no worse than that of America.
Q: What does democracy sucks mean?
A: Democracy is a type of government. To suck is to be bad in some type of way.

So that statement means that democracy does not work well.
Q: What does democracy mean?
A: Rule by the people.
Q: What does democracy mean?
A: When people vote, like some countries vote for a president, so those countries have a democracy

Example sentences using "Democracy"

Q: Please show me example sentences with democracy.
A: "America's government is a democracy."
"A democracy, allows for all citizens to express how they feel."
"Not only do we have a democracy, we also have a socialist economy."
~I hope this helps :)
Q: Please show me example sentences with democracy.
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Synonyms of "Democracy" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between to deny democracy to people and to negate democracy to people ?
A: I don't think "negate democracy to people" is natural.

Translations of "Democracy"

Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? democracy and democrat
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? democracy
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? is it natural if i say “ i didn’t know how difficult it was to get back our democracy
A: I'm not sure what you mean by saying "democracy," but, for the most part it sounds natural. You might instead say something like "I didn't realize how difficult it was to protect our democracy."
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? democracy
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? democracy
A: Democracy

Other questions about "Democracy"

Q: He was believed that democracy is wrong, cause the majority of the people are not knowledgable and their choices could make troubles for everybody! does this sound natural?
A: × He was believed that democracy is wrong, cause the majority of the people are not knowledgable and their choices could make troubles for everybody!
✓ He believed that democracy is wrong, because the majority of people are not knowledgable, and their choices could make a lot of trouble for everybody!

Q: Japanese democracy is facing its biggest crisis. The ruling party is trying to modify prosecution department law. The aim is to have the No2 of the department of prosecution, who is said to be a "friend" of the Japanese prime minister and hasn't exerted a right to command an investigation to cases involved with him and his acquaintances, keep working even after the retirement age. In fact, the age has come, but the ruling party illegally allows him to be in the position now, even before this law might be enacted. By stalling time, the prime minister, Shinzo Abe wants the prosecutor to be No1 after the current prosecutor general resigns someday. This is nothing but an intervention into a judicial system. A lot of people including even those who are politically indifferent are mad about this. does this sound natural?
A: × The ruling party is trying to modify prosecution department law.
✓ The ruling party is trying to modify prosecution department regulations.

× The aim is to have the No2 of the department of prosecution, who is said to be a "friend" of the Japanese prime minister and hasn't exerted a right to command an investigation to cases involved with him and his acquaintances, keep working even after the retirement age.
✓ The aim is to have the number two of the department of prosecution, who is said to be a "friend" of the Japanese prime minister and hasn't exerted the right to lead investigations in cases related to him and his acquaintances, keep working even after the legal retirement age.

× In fact, the age has come, but the ruling party illegally allows him to be in the position now, even before this law might be enacted.
✓ In fact, he has already passed the retirement age, but the ruling party has illegally allowed him to stay in the position, even before enacting this new law.

× By stalling time, the prime minister, Shinzo Abe wants the prosecutor to be No1 after the current prosecutor general resigns someday.
✓ By stalling, the prime minister, Shinzo Abe wants the prosecutor to be number one after the current prosecutor general resigns.

This is good! I didn’t really understand the part about him leading investigations, though, so I hope I didn’t change the meaning. Do you mean he has the right to lead these investigations, but he hasn’t done that?

Also, I read recently that the convention for Japanese names in English has changed, and many publications now write “Abe Shinzo” like it is in Japanese.
Q: Japanese democracy is facing the biggest crisis. The ruling party is trying to modify prosecutor law. The aim is to have the No2 of the department of prosecution, who is said to be a "friend" of Japanese prime minister and haven't exerted investigation command authority to cases involved with him and his acquaintances, keep working even after the retirement age. The prime minister, Shinzo Abe want the prosecutor to be No1 after the current No1 resigns someday. This is nothing but an intervention into jurisdiction. A lot of people including those politically indifferent are mad at this. does this sound natural?
A: × Japanese democracy is facing the biggest crisis.
✓ Japanese democracy is facing its biggest crisis.

× The ruling party is trying to modify prosecutor law.
✓ The ruling party is trying to modify a prosecution law.

× The aim is to have the No2 of the department of prosecution, who is said to be a "friend" of Japanese prime minister and haven't exerted command authority to cases involved with him and his acquaintances, keep working even after the retirement age.
✓ The aim is to have the No2 of the department of prosecution, who is said to be a "friend" of the Japanese prime minister and hasn’t exerted any direct authority to cases involved with him and his acquaintances, to keep working even after the retirement age.

× The prime minister, Shinzo Abe want the prosecutor to be No1 after he resigns someday.
✓ The prime minister, Shinzo Abe wants the prosecutor to be No1 after he resigns someday.

× This is nothing but an intervention into jurisdiction.
✓ This is nothing but an intervention into the judicial system .

× A lot of people including those politically indifferent are mad at this.
✓ A lot of people including those who are politically indifferent are mad about this.

The third paragraph is slightly difficult to understand. In particular the clause “and hasn’t exerted command authority to cases involved with him and his acquittances”. What does exert command authority mean? The original sentence in Japanese could help me to translate it better for you.
Q: That is "democracy," which I belive is the basis for modern society. does this sound natural?
A: you even put the comma in the right place in the quotation marks

A+ man, bonus points for the great cat picture

(just "belive" is spelled wrong. correct spelling is "believe")
Q: In a democracy it's important to dialogue with who thinks differently. does this sound natural?
A: In a democracy, it's important to communicate with people who think differently. or to communicate with people that have opposing views.

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