elite

[Adjective] When someone is the best at what they do.
Example: He is an Olympic champion. He is an elite athlete.
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elite

[n] - a group or class of persons enjoying superior intellectual or social or economic status
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Élite

É`lite' noun [ French, from élire to choose, Latin eligere . See Elect .] A choice or select body; the flower; as, the élite of society.
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Élite

É`lite' (ā`lēt') noun See Army organization , Switzerland .
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elite

elite group noun a group or class of persons enjoying superior intellectual or social or economic status
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Elite

• (n.) A choice or select body; the flower; as, the elite of society. • (n.) See Army organization, Switzerland.
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elite

(from the article `oligarchy`) ...In this sense, oligarchy is a debased form of aristocracy, which denotes government by the few in which power is vested in the best individuals. ... During this period Peter`s administrative reforms began to bear fruit. The Table of Ranks became the framework for a class of servicemen whose lives ... ...
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elite

elite 1. Belonging to an elite, especially in being more talented, privileged, or highly trained that the rest. 2. A group or class of people enjoying superior intellectual, social, or economic status. 3. A small group of people within a larger group who have more power, social standing, wealth, or talent than the rest of the group. 4. Etymology...
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Elité

a brand name used by Nylstar for its PBT (polybutylterephthalate) fibre.
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elite

A small group of people with a disproportionate amount of public decision-making power.
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elite

A small group with power in a society, having privileges and status above others. An elite may be cultural, educational, religious, political (also called `the establishment` or `the governing circles`), or social. Sociological interest has centred on how such minorities get, use, and hold on to power, and on what distinguishes ...
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Elite

In political and sociological theory, an elite is a small group of people who control a disproportionate amount of wealth or political power. In general, elite means the more capable group of people. The selected part of a group that is superior to the rest in terms of ability or qualities. ==Identity and social structure== C. Wright Mills wrote i...
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Elite

[video game] Elite is a seminal space trading video game, written and developed by David Braben and Ian Bell and originally published by Acornsoft for the BBC Micro and Acorn Electron computers in 1984. Elite`s open-ended game model, advanced game engine and revolutionary 3D graphics led to it being ported to virtually every contemporary ho...
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Elite

Commonly a cyclist racing at the highest amateur level. In USA Cycling parlance, an adult cyclist between the ages of 23 and 30. See junior and master.
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