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aristocracy
American English: /ˌɛrəˈstɑkrəsi/
British English: /ˌarɪˈstɒkrəsi/

Translation of aristocracy in Spanish:

noun plural -cies

  • Example sentences
    • Classes are obvious - there were the aristocracy, the middle class or bourgeois, and of course the peasantry or rustic class.
    • Scott's casual attitude to debt was certainly closer to that of the aristocracy than the middle class.
    • This step was taken much earlier in London, where the Philharmonic Society was founded by an élite of the aristocracy, gentry, City, and professions in 1813.

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