manifesto

noun
ADJECTIVE
political
Conservative, Labour, etc. (esp. BrE)
party (esp. BrE)

We must all support the party manifesto.

election (esp. BrE)
VERB + MANIFESTO
draw up (BrE), write
sign
issue, launch (BrE), publish
MANIFESTO + VERB
pledge sth (BrE), promise sth (esp. BrE)

The manifesto promised reform of the social security system.

call for sth, demand sth (esp. BrE)
contain sth
say sth
MANIFESTO + NOUN
commitment, pledge, promise (all BrE)
PREPOSITION
in a/the manifesto

The policy is outlined in the party's election manifesto.

manifesto for

a manifesto for reform


Collocations dictionary. 2013.

Synonyms:
(of a sovereign or a government), ,


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