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empire

noun [C]
 
 
/ˈempaɪər/
a large group of businesses that are controlled by a powerful company or person: build/create/expand an empire Entrepreneur Rocco Forte built his empire from budget hotels and motorway services.control/run an empire Besides running a fashion empire, he also functioned as director of no less than three banks. an entertainment/media/publishing empire a business/property empire a gobal/international/worldwide empire
Traducciones de “empire”
en árabe إمْبَراطوريّة…
en coreano 제국…
in Malaysian empayar…
en francés empire…
en turco imparatorluk, (iş) imparatorluk…
en italiano impero…
en chino (tradicionál) 國家, 帝國…
en ruso империя, корпорация…
en polaco imperium…
in Vietnamese đế chế…
en español imperio…
en portugués império…
in Thai อาณาจักร, องค์กรขนาดใหญ่…
en alemán das Reich, der Großkonzern…
en catalán imperi…
en japonés 帝国…
in Indonesian kekaisaran, kerajaan…
en chino (simplificado) 国家, 帝国…
(Definition of empire from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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