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elite

noun [C, + sing/pl verb]     /ɪˈliːt/
the richest, most powerful, best educated or best trained group in a society (社会)上层集团;掌权人物;出类拔萃的人,精英 the country's educated elite 这个国家受过良好教育的精英 a member of the elite 上层集团的一员 disapproving A powerful and corrupt elite has bled this country dry. 该国专权腐败的权贵阶层榨干了人民的血汗。 Position and status in groups and organizationsWealthy people
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