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tycoon
American English: /taɪˈkun/
British English: /tʌɪˈkuːn/

Translation of tycoon in Spanish:

noun

  • Example sentences
    • 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.

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