the name applied to the former Communist states of eastern Europe, esp. during the existence of the Soviet Union
The Communist bloc included countries after the end of World War II which became linked by adherence to the ideology and practice of communism.
noun, Informal. 1. . noun 1. another name for (the People’s Republic of) China
[kom-yuh-nist] /ˈkɒm yə nɪst/ noun 1. (initial capital letter) a member of the Communist Party or movement. 2. an advocate of . 3. a person who is regarded as supporting politically leftist or subversive causes. 4. (usually initial capital letter) a Communard. adjective 5. (initial capital letter) of or relating to the Communist Party or […]
noun 1. . noun 1. an international organization (1919–43), founded in Moscow, uniting Communist groups of various countries and advocating the attainment of their ends by violent revolution. Also called Comintern, Communist International. Compare (def 6). noun 1. another name for Comintern
noun 1. a pamphlet (1848) by Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels: first statement of the principles of modern communism. noun 1. a political pamphlet written by Marx and Engels in 1848: a fundamental statement of Marxist principles