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Translation of "aristocracy" - English-Spanish dictionary

aristocracy

noun   /ˌær·ɪˈstɒk·rə·si/ ( plural aristocracies)
the highest social class in some countries aristocracia
(Definition of aristocracy from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

aristocracy

noun /ӕrəˈstokrəsi/
in some countries, the nobility and others of the highest social class, who usually own land aristocracia the landed aristocracy.
aristocrat /-krӕt, (American) əˈristəkrӕt/ noun
a member of the aristocracy aristócrata High positions in the government were once restricted to aristocrats.
aristocratic /-ˈkrӕ-, (American) əˌristəˈkrӕtik/ adjective
(of people, behaviour/behavior etc) proud and noble-looking aristocrático He had an aristocratic manner about him.
aristocratically adverb
aristocráticamente She was born and raised aristocratically.
(Definition of aristocracy from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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