英 ['dʒʌntə; 'hʊ-]
- n. 团体，派别
- n. (Junta)人名；(日)润田 (姓)；(西)洪塔
- junta: see join
- junta (n.)
- 1620s, "Spanish legislative council," from Spanish and Portuguese junta "council, meeting, convention," from Medieval Latin iuncta "joint," from Latin iuncta, fem. past participle of iungere "to join" (see jugular).
Meaning "political or military group in power" first recorded 1640s as junto (from confusion with Spanish nouns ending in -o), originally with reference to the Cabinet Council of Charles I. Modern spelling in this sense is from 1714; popularized 1808 in connection with councils formed across Spain to resist Napoleon.
- 1. The question is: will the junta consolidate its power by force?
- 2. The junta reacted violently to the perceived threat to its authority.
- 3. A military junta took control of the country.
- 4. Vienna Secession is a symbolism junta of Vienna in the 19 th century.
- 5. The military junta is determined to put down all political opposition.
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