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mogulnoun [C]

 us   /ˈmoʊ·ɡəl/
an ​importantperson who has ​greatwealth or ​power: a ​media mogul
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mogulnoun [C]

uk   us   /ˈməʊɡəl/
an important ​person in ​business who is very ​rich or powerful: industry/media/movie moguls The ​media mogul said he has no ​plans to ​buy the ​failingnewspaperchain. a realestate mogul
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Translations of “mogul”
in Spanish magnate…
in Vietnamese người có thế lực…
in Malaysian kaya dan berpengaruh…
in Thai ผู้มีอำนาจ…
in French magnat…
in German der Mogul…
in Chinese (Simplified) 人, 大人物, 权贵…
in Turkish önemli güçlü bir kişi…
in Russian магнат…
in Indonesian orang kaya raya…
in Chinese (Traditional) 人, 大人物, 權貴…
in Polish magnat…
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