Definition of neta in English:

neta

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Pronunciation: /ˈneɪtɑː
 
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noun

Indian
  • A politician or leader of an organization.
    More example sentences
    • They provide perfect opportunities for politicians to do ‘favours’ to local netas.
    • Scrambling for the chair will now be easy for netas.
    • Of course, the only welfare this society was interested in was the welfare of its corrupt babus and criminal netas.

Origin

via Bengali from Sanskrit netā 'leader'.

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