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socialite
American English: /ˈsoʊʃəˌlaɪt/
British English: /ˈsəʊʃəlʌɪt/

Translation of socialite in Spanish:

noun

  • (persona que figura mucho en sociedad)
    Example sentences
    • The article was written by Chester Francis-Jackson, a writer for the Jamaica Gleaner who covers all events such as these, or events put on by the very rich, most well known socialites in Jamaican society.
    • There's the fashionable socialite who boasts of having over 900 friends, among them none of whom he actually likes.
    • The crowd, as expected, was an interesting mix of diplomats, socialites and familiar faces from the arts, fashion and entertainment worlds.

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