Translation of plutocrat in Spanish:


plutócrata, n.

Pronunciation /ˈpludəˌkræt//ˈpluːtəkrat/


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    plutócrata feminine
    • The other view promises expanded democracy and giving the people, not plutocrats, control of government.
    • And in feudal states, plutocrats with the greatest wealth owned the apparatus of governance and held absolute control over the lives of average people.
    • The multimillionaire plutocrat is officially a resident of Portugal, where he owns a golf estate.
    • Destroying the ability of journalists to conduct investigative reporting using anonymous sources benefits only the one group threatened by investigative reporting, the plutocrats.
    • Here corrupt officials - and the plutocrats they enriched through questionable business practices - are making little effort to hide their ill-gotten gains, but actually flaunt them.