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elite also: élite Pronunciation: / ˈelite /, / eˈlit /
Pronunciation: / eˈlit /

Translation of elite in English:

sustantivo femenino

Example sentences
  • Quienes terminan las carreras, son parte de las elites intelectuales.
  • El problema es que hay elites que no quieren escuchar a las masas.
  • Estricto adiestramiento con prácticas peligrosas para lograr un soldado de elite.

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