caucus in French and example sentences

caucus in French

Pronunciation
n. comité électoral (pour désigner des membres d'un parti); comité local (d'un parti politique); clique politique (membres d'un parti politiue dont la stratégie est établie)
v. réunir un comité politique, rencontrer la clique politique

Example Sentences

“What I was going to say,” said the Dodo in an offended tone, “...a Caucus-race; that is the best thing we could do to make us dry.”
“J’allais proposer,” dit le Dodo d’un ton vexé, “une course cocasse; c’est ce que nous pouvons faire de mieux pour nous sécher.”
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The Iowa caucuses will be held soon.
Les comités électoraux de l'Iowa se tiendront bientôt.
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I have heard promises that we will establish a stability pact in the southern Caucuses.
J'ai entendu que l'on promettait d'établir un pacte de stabilité dans le sud du Caucase.
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You will be able to contact these people especially when the Internet caucus of Congress visits Europe in the next few weeks.
Vous pourrez entrer en contact avec eux, d'autant que le comité Internet du Congrès se rendra en Europe dans les semaines à venir.
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In the US Congress, a European Union Caucus has recently been created.
Au Congrès des États-Unis, un caucus Union européenne a été créé récemment.
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Synonyms for caucus
assembly: muster, conference, convention, congress, meeting, convocation
Verb forms for caucus
Present participle: caucusing
Present: caucus (3.person: caucuses)
Past: caucused
Future: will caucus
Present conditional: would caucus
Present Perfect: have caucused (3.person: has caucused)
Past Perfect: had caucused
Future Perfect: will have caucused
Past conditional: would have caucused