Definición de magnate en inglés:

magnate

Saltos de línea: mag|nate
Pronunciación: /ˈmaɡneɪt
 
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sustantivo

A wealthy and influential businessman or businesswoman: a property magnate
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Stephen was brought up at the court of his uncle Henry I, becoming one of the wealthiest of the Anglo-Norman magnates.
  • Aware of the power of the press, many political parties have even nominated media magnates as members of parliament.
  • Property magnate John Bloor bought the land for redevelopment and picked up the Triumph name as part of the deal.
Sinónimos
industrialist, tycoon, mogul, captain of industry, baron, lord, king, proprietor, entrepreneur, merchant prince, financier, top executive;
chief, leader, VIP, notable, magnifico, nabob, grandee, noble, prelate
informal big shot, bigwig, honcho
North American informal big wheel
derogatory fat cat

Origen

late Middle English: from late Latin magnas, magnat- 'great man', from Latin magnus 'great'.

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