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triumvirate

noun [C] uk   /traɪˈʌm.vɪ.rət/ formal us  
a group of three people who are in control of an activity or organization: The shape of post-war Europe was decided in Potsdam in 1945 by the Allied triumvirate of Churchill, Truman, and Stalin.
Translations of “triumvirate”
in Chinese (Traditional) 三人統治集團, 三人領導小組…
in Chinese (Simplified) 三人统治集团, 三人领导小组…
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