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

The meaning of "Politics" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does That's politics.
mean?
A: It might mean: This is how politics work.
Regarding your explanation, yes. We usually say it when we don’t like how politics are in our country.
Q: What does That is because a politics that reinforces immutable identities leads away from the tolerance and forbearance a democracy needs to solve social conflicts. mean?
A: i think that it means that “Politics that are based in identity (ie. race, gender, religion) make it more difficult to come to the compromises needed to solve issues and keep stability.”

but i don’t think this sentence would make sense to even english native speakers lmao...
Q: What does His politics were based on loyal partisanship. mean?
A: He always sides with his political party on issues and does not compromise or work with the other side.
Q: What does as him interfering in politics mean?
A: Someone getting in the way of politics

Example sentences using "Politics"

Q: Please show me example sentences with political (of politics).
A: "I try not to get into political arguments with my parents."
"There are two major political parties in the US: Democrats and Republicans"
"Some companies carry a lot of political influence, depending how powerful they are."
Q: Please show me example sentences with politics.
A: the politics in England are long and complicated

Synonyms of "Politics" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between politics and policy ?
A: Politics can be defined as a science or art of governing or government, especially governing a political entity like a nation. A policy can be defined as an overall plan that embraces the general goals.
Politics refers to authority and refers to public life. Politics generally revolves round government and its activities. Politics is a term that refers to the organizational process.
Policy can be termed as a “principle.”
A policy can also be termed as a commitment or statement of intent. It is because of the policy that people, an organization, or a party is held accountable. Policy is a set of rules or principles that guide decisions.
Political parties run the government which all adhere to certain policies.
A policy can also be said to be a course or action that is proposed by a government, an individual, business firm, or any party.
Politics refers to the theory and practice of governance.
Q: What is the difference between I don't talk politics. and I don't talk about politics. ?
A:

同じです
Q: What is the difference between politics and policy ?
A: Policy= legislation, laws
Politics= general, refers to anything related to government
Q: What is the difference between politics and policy ?
A: Politics has to do with everything the government does and actions they take and policy is like the rule or plans that they take another definition would be a policy and law would be the law

Translations of "Politics"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? politics
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? I want to talk about politics
A: Hope this helps! Many English speakers will say "wanna" en lugar de "want to"
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? politics
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Other questions about "Politics"

Q: Even if I were an American, I'd be indifferent to politics and wouldn't have my opinion about the current president
(Before the sentence, I said I don't know about politics and my friend said no wonder that you didn't know the politics because you don't live in the US) does this sound natural?
A: 99% natural.
Even if I were an American, I'd be indifferent to politics and wouldn't have AN opinion about the current president.
Very well done. 8-)
Q: "He has dropped out of active politics."

I found this phrase on the internet and I was left with a question, if I changed "active politics" to "politics active", would the meaning of the phrase change?

"He has dropped out of politics active."
A: It doesn’t make sense
Q: "He has dropped out of active politics."

I found this phrase on the internet and I was left with a question, if I changed "active politics" to "politics active", would the meaning of the phrase change?

"He has dropped out of politics active."
A: It wouldn't make sense then I'm afraid...
Q: In the U. S., is it polite to talk about politics with strangers? If you were hearing someone talking about his/her political view point that I don't agree with, how would you react?
A: It depends on the setting and your tact--definitely don't do this if you treat discourse as a battle to be won (it'll just end with shouting most of the time). Many people's beliefs run deeper than their knowledge and will react poorly if you aggressively challenge them or highlight this. If you are civil about it, most (not all) of them will be, too. Many people are willing to disagree a bit, but seek some point they can agree on as a way to soothe the tension of disagreement or as a way show it wasn't a competition to prove the other wrong. Most people are not comfortable with facing someone and disagreeing for an extended period and it'll go smoother if you can give and take.

In general, if someone is already talking politics, it won't be considered impolite to join in. Bear in mind, foreigners that follow American politics often have a very different perspective and focus on different aspects than citizens so they may very well be ignorant of a topic you broach. If you intend to talk foreign politics, all but the most fervent political junkies will have little more than a few vague ideas of beliefs.

How do I react? It depends. If they are making actual points, or trying to, and aren't just a blustering buffoon, I'll engage. They are strangers, so I'm considerate--if I disagree, instead of saying they are wrong, I'll ask them questions that leave them to justify problems with their logic (in my opinion). That way, I'm not orating--they still have the floor and I've still communicated my issue. I think it's important to be able to justify your political beliefs with sound reasoning so I enjoy hearing others do the same.
Q: I am sorry if I upset you about asking for politics. does this sound natural?
A: "I am sorry if I upset you while asking about politics."

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