[ US /ˈtɹɔɪkə/ ]
[ UK /tɹˈɔ‍ɪkɐ/ ]
  1. a modern Russian triumvirate
  2. a Russian carriage pulled by three horses abreast
  3. the cardinal number that is the sum of one and one and one
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How To Use troika In A Sentence

  • He is a member of a Commonwealth troika, which includes the Nigerian President and the Australian Prime Minister, which must consider the Commonwealth report and decide on action.
  • By now, everyone has noticed the total lack of response by this troika to the terrorism crisis.
  • He heads a Commonwealth troika tasked with taking action on the country following controversial elections held in March.
  • In the 1990s there were massive sums to be made as the economic reforms of perestroika kicked in and markets were liberalised.
  • The reform process known as perestroika and glasnost took off slowly in the Ukraine.
  • While condemning the Soviet coup, Marchais had described it as understandable in view of the failure of perestroika.
  • Whereas, notes Mr Dale blogger-by-appointment, it was different on the perhaps slightly less incendiary matter of Shilpa getting the rough end of some right old-fashioned chavi behaviour from the Troika-of-'Telligence wot is Jo O'Meara, Danielle Lloyd and Jade Goody. Archive 2007-01-14
  • Skinner was also given responsibility for liaising closely with the troika at the apex of Bush's re-election campaign.
  • The third member of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations troika is Malaysia.
  • Indeed, this is only one example of the kind of pressure that the troika exerted on multilateral bodies.
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