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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Elite

[record producer] Anthony Parrino, better known by his stage name Elite, is an American hip hop record Producer, and recording artist best known for his work with Roc Nation artist J. Cole and the Ruff Ryders recording label in the early 2000s. Elite is from Byram, CT and currently resides in Brooklyn, NY. ==Career== Also known as Anthony P...
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