- n. 持不同政见者，意见不同的人
- adj. 持不同政见的，意见不同的
CET6+ TEM4 GRE
dis-, 不，非，使相反。-sid, 坐，词源sit,president. 即分开坐的，引申词义政见不和者。
- dissident (adj.)
- 1530s, from Latin dissidentem (nominative dissidens), present participle of dissidere "to be remote; disagree, be removed from," literally "to sit apart," from dis- "apart" (see dis-) + sedere "to sit" (see sedentary).
- dissident (n.)
- 1766, in reference to Protestants, from dissident (adj.). In the political sense first used 1940, coinciding with the rise of 20c. totalitarian systems, especially with reference to the Soviet Union.
- 1. She was suspected of having links with a dissident group.
- 2. The dissident was cast out from his country.
- 3. That was the dissident movement in Poland.
- 4. There were many dissident elements in the population.
- 5. He was exiled as a dissident.
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