POLITICAL AVENUE DEFINITION

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The meaning of the expression political avenue. A good political newspaper headline example of how to use POLITICAL AVENUE as a powerful expression, are found further below on this special political magazine explanation page.

*For the fun* -Compare Donald Trump with our magazine speaker logotype below.

The definition of "political avenue" are built on the fact that a political decision affects the road of life-choices people have access to when they 'travel' through their lifes or the options politicians make available to them.

A politician takes a certain political road via the choices that he make / try to make for many (for the affected/governed people).

One person said it like this: -Can anyone run for Presidency or do you need to have experience in a political avenue, like being a mayor, governor or senator?

So it means:

He "took or made that political avenue" move/moves in his career through/throughout his life.

-or-

About a politician: 'The political path he or she takes (if on-going) /took / throughout their political career'.

The expression is often used when referring to bad decisions or when bribing with money or when money is involved ( in the political decision
).

-He took 'that particular' political avenue which made the country poor!

(Often / perhaps in his own quest for glory, fame and more fortune or opportunities).

It can be used with a he or a she.

But not with an animal = Like a political monkey!

And if we take a look at the words POLITICAL AVENUE in separate here, the meaning will be:
POLITICAL= The word Political are:

1. Relating to, or dealing with the structure or affairs of government, politics, or the state like: a political system.

2. Relating to, involving, or characteristic of political parties or politicians like: a political campaign.

3. Interested or active in politics like: I'm not a very political person.

4. Influenced by, based on, or stemming from partisan interests or political ideology like:
The court should never become a political institution.
The attack was a political crime.

5. Based on or motivated by self-serving interests, especially in
attempting to gain power or to please people of a higher rank in an
organization like: political maneuvering within the company.

AVENUE = A broad city or metropolitan roadway lined with trees; -That's an AVENUE.

-Hope you understand what it means a little better now!

We have a perfect example of how POLITICAL AVENUE can be used in a sentence further below here, in a newspaper article example.


But / so / you can upgrade/downgrade their political moves with
the word/expression political avenue with a little or some power behind
the words!

Like when writing a newspaper headline (like this):

"Latino took a political avenue!"

And then bla-bla-bla. (The article).

[OR }

"Actor Harrison Ford took a political avenue!"

[OR }


Donald Trumps all political avenues made him rich again!



Although Donald Trump's political career ended when he lost the race for
United States President 2016, his political avenues has made him a
fortune in foreign dollar investments, to his holding company. It seems
like he made the right thing, as a businessman, taking a political
avenue in life, since it has attracted much attention and worldwide
interest for his diverse businesses. Investors are now trying to glide
and join the ride, with the very famous US Presidential Candidate for
increased investing opportunities.


Writing like this,

-You can upgrade/downgrade a whole career for someone!

It really works.

- It should, because I invented this type of writing.

Please show the words and the expression some respect and use it or them with dignity when writing.

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Thank you for visiting us, Sir/Madam. And have yourself some great good everlasting luck in your well deserved life!

The Editor Gustav Norström

/ SWEDEN.

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