a) (direct translation from Latin): bread and circuses

b) (adj): something that exists purely f-sag with no real concrete purpose
c) political scandals and entertainment as viewed on television and read in the newspapers
The United Nations today is nothing more than a panem et circenses, a political circus that performs only for the media.
by Sexydimma January 13, 2014
a) (direct translation from Latin): bread and circuses

b) (adj): something that exists purely f-sag with no real concrete purpose

c) political scandals and entertainment as viewed on television and read in the newspapers
The United Nations, IMHO today, at least under definition b) above is nothing more than a panem et circenses, a political circus that performs only for the media.
by Sexydimma April 27, 2014
Panem et circenses can also be interpreted by the alt left liberal media in the United States to refer to fast food and entertainment as the main pillars of US culture.
by Sexydimma March 16, 2017
The phrase panem et circenses can also be applied to the 'fast food and media entertainment' aspect of American culture
by Sexydimma March 17, 2017
a) (direct translation from Latin): bread and circuses

b) (adj): something that exists purely f-sag with no real concrete purpose

c) political scandals and entertainment as viewed on television and read in the newspapers
The United Nations, IMHO, under definitions b) and c) can be classified as panem et circenses.
by Sexydimma July 15, 2014
panem et circenses:

a) (direct translation) :bread and circuses in Latin

b) (adj): something that exists purely f-sag with no real concrete purpose
The United Nations today is nothing more than a panem et circenses, a political circus that performs only for the media.
by Sexydimma October 3, 2013
Panem is what Suzan Collins predicts will be America in the future in the trilogy of The Hunger Games
There are 13 districts in Panem, but the thirteenth is destroyed.
by Maha Elnouri July 26, 2019