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Turkish translation of “baron”

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baron

noun [C]
 
 
/ˈbærən/
TITLE a man of high social rank in the UK and other parts of Europe
Avrupa ve Birleşik Krallık'da sosyal düzeyi yüksek kişi, üstdüzey kişi, baron
Royalty, aristocracy and titlesImportant people and describing important peopleFamous peopleWealthy people
RICH a man who owns or controls a lot of a particular industry
belli bir alanda endüstrinin çoğunu elinde tutan kişi
a wealthy media baronTraders, merchants and entrepreneursPeople who sell thingsPeople who buy thingsBosses, managers and directorsPeople in charge of or controlling other peopleWealthy people
Translations of “baron”
in Korean 남작…
in Arabic بارون (لقب من النبلاء للرجال)…
in French baron/-onne, magnat…
in Italian barone…
in Chinese (Traditional) 男爵(爵位), 巨頭,大亨…
in Russian барон, магнат…
in Polish baron, oligarcha…
in Spanish barón, baronesa, magnate…
in Portuguese barão…
in German der Baron, der …-baron, …-könig…
in Catalan baró…
in Japanese 男爵…
in Chinese (Simplified) 男爵(爵位), 巨头,大亨…
(Definition of baron from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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