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squattocracy

noun [C or U] uk   /ˌskwɒtˈɒk.rə.si/ us    /ˌskwɑːˈt̬ɑː.krə-/ Australian English
the group of rich families who own large amounts of land
Translations of “squattocracy”
in Chinese (Traditional) 有錢有勢的牧場經營者…
in Chinese (Simplified) 有财有势的牧场主…
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