Magnate

Magnate, from the Late Latin magnas, a great man, itself from Latin magnus `great`, designates a noble or other man in a high social position, by birth, wealth or other qualities. In reference to the Middle Ages, the term is often used to distinguish higher territorial landowners and warlords such as counts, earls, dukes, and territorial-princes.....
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Magnate

• One of the nobility, or certain high officers of state belonging to the noble estate in the national representation of Hungary, and formerly of Poland. • A person of rank; a noble or grandee; a person of influence or distinction in any sphere.
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Magnate

Mag'nate [ French magnat , Latin (pl.) magnates , magnati , from magnus great. See Master .] 1. A person of rank; a noble or grandee; a person of influence or distinction in any sphere. Macaulay. 2. One of the nobility, or certain high officers of state belonging to...
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magnate

magnate 1. Someone who has a lot of wealth and power, especially anyone in business or industry. 2. A powerful or influential person; especially, in business or industry: 'We went to a meeting to interview an oil magnate.'
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Magnate

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