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aristocracynoun [C, + sing/pl verb]

uk   /ˌær.ɪˈstɒk.rə.si/  us   /ˌer.ɪˈstɑː.krə-/
a ​class of ​people who ​hold high ​socialrank: members of the aristocracy
(Definition of aristocracy from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

Significado de "aristocracy" - Diccionario Inglés Americano

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aristocracynoun [C]

 us   /ˌær·əˈstɑk·rə·si/
a ​class of ​people of high ​socialrank politics & government An aristocracy is also a ​governmentruled by or consisting of ​people of a high ​socialclass.
noun [C]  us   /əˈrɪs·təˌkræt, ˈær·ə·stə-/
a prep-school-educated American aristocrat
adjective [gradable]  us   /əˌrɪs·təˈkræt̬·ɪk, ˌær·ə·stə-/
His aristocratic ​manneralienated many ​voters.
(Definition of aristocracy from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Traducciones de “aristocracy”
en coreano 귀족 계급…
en árabe الأرُستُقراطيّة…
in Malaysian golongan bangsawan…
en francés aristocratie…
en ruso аристократия…
en italiano aristocrazia…
en turco aristokrasi…
en polaco arystokracja…
en español aristocracia…
in Vietnamese tầng lớp quí tộc…
en portugués aristocracia…
in Thai ชนชั้นสูง…
en alemán die Aristokratie…
en catalán aristocràcia…
en japonés 貴族階級, 上流階級…
in Indonesian ningrat, aristokrasi, keningratan…
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