abstentionist


abstentionist
1. [əbʹstenʃ(ə)nıst] n
воздерживающийся (о человеке); не принимающий участия (особ. в политической жизни)
2. [əbʹstenl(ə)nıst] a
воздерживающийся, воздержавшийся; не принимающий участия

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