Also called February Revolution. the uprising in Russia in March, 1917 (February Old Style), in which the Czarist government collapsed and a provisional government was established.
Also called October Revolution. the overthrow of this provisional government by a coup d’état on November 7, 1917 (October 25 Old Style), establishing the Soviet government.
another name for the Russian Revolution (sense 1)
Also called (reckoned by the Julian calendar) February Revolution. the uprising in Russia in March 1917, during which the tsar abdicated and a provisional government was set up
Also called (reckoned by the Julian calendar) October Revolution. the seizure of power by the Bolsheviks under Lenin in November 1917, transforming the uprising into a socialist revolution. This was followed by a period of civil war against counter-revolutionary armies (1918–22), which ended in eventual victory for the Bolsheviks
A revolution in Russia in 1917–1918, also called the October Revolution, that overthrew the czar and brought the Bolsheviks, a Communist party led by Lenin, to power. The revolution was encouraged by Russian setbacks in World War I.
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[fee-kuh l] /ˈfi kəl/ adjective 1. of, relating to, or being . /ˈfiːkəl/ adjective 1. the usual US spelling of faecal adj. 1540s; see feces + -al (1). fecal fe·cal (fē’kəl) adj. Relating to or composed of feces.
- Fecal abscess
fecal abscess n. See stercoral abscess.
- Fecal fistula
fecal fistula n. See intestinal fistula.