Definición de tycoon en inglés:

tycoon

Silabificación: ty·coon
Pronunciación: /tīˈko͞on
 
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sustantivo

1A wealthy, powerful person in business or industry: a newspaper tycoon
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • He knew as well as I did that we are up against not just a business tycoon but a powerful politician.
  • Corruption and bribery are rampant in many countries across Asia Pacific, often involving top politicians, government officials, military personnel, and business tycoons.
  • The Democratic Party, which had planned to hold a march to condemn nepotism between the government and business tycoons, postponed its event to Jan.16.
Sinónimos
magnate, mogul, industrialist, businessman, financier, entrepreneur, captain of industry, dealmaker, millionaire, multimillionaire, merchant prince
informal big shot, bigwig, honcho, supremo, big wheel, kahuna, gazillionaire
derogatory fat cat, robber baron
2A title applied by foreigners to the shogun of Japan in power between 1857 and 1868.

Origen

mid 19th century: from Japanese taikun 'great lord'.

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