Definition of special interest group in English:

special interest group

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noun

A group of people or an organization seeking or receiving special advantages, typically through political lobbying: more than $300 million has been spent by special interest groups trying to influence the nation’s energy policies [as modifier]: special-interest provisions added in the Senate

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