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American English: /əˈrɪstəˌkræt/
British English: /ˈarɪstəkrat/
, /əˈrɪstəkrat/

Translation of aristocrat in Spanish:


  • he is an aristocrat among cabinet-makers
    es de los mejores ebanistas
    Example sentences
    • It swept away the old feudal order of aristocrats and kings.
    • Luchino Visconti was an aristocrat who became a Communist.
    • These are the new collectors, as opposed to aristocrats or members of other wealthy families who have inherited art.

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