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English definition of “grey power”

grey power

noun [U] UK ( US gray power)
 
 
informal the influence of old people on social and political activities: The government is going to have to take pensioners' issues seriously if the crucial grey power vote is going to support them at the next election.
(Definition of grey power from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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