Hindi translation of 'elitist'
elitist/ɪˈliːtɪst, eɪ- इˈलीटिस्ट्, एइ-/
Word forms: elitists
2. countable noun
If you describe an activity, a profession, or a system as elitist, you mean that it is practised only by a small group of powerful, rich, or talented people, or that it favours only this group of people; used showing disapproval.अभिजातविशिष्ट
The art world is totally elitist.an elitist attitude/view/institution elitist snobbery/nonsense
elitism uncountable nounआभिजात्य mnअभिजातवाद mn
...the elitism of certain universities.societal/cultural elitism educational/academic elitism condemn/oppose/end elitism promote/foster/create elitism
SET PHRASESelitism and snobbery
2. countable noun
An elitist is someone who believes that they are part of an elite; used showing disapproval.अभिजातवादी nf
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And the less elitist you are, the more street cred you get.Times, Sunday Times (2008)
In Europe in particular, many new clubs were set up and they were not like the old elitist clubs but rather commercial clubs all about participation.Times, Sunday Times (2010)
It always seems a trifle unfair that it's high art that gets it in the neck for being intellectually elitist and exclusive.Times, Sunday Times (2014)
It has to be far more open and less elitist.Times, Sunday Times (2010)
But none of it was intellectually exclusive or elitist.Times, Sunday Times (2015)
One of our commitments is that we should be helping to make art more accessible and less elitist.Times, Sunday Times (2008)
The aim is to make it less elitist and less secretive.Times, Sunday Times (2009)
They are deemed too elitist, too exclusive.Times, Sunday Times (2010)
This is the choreographer who has transformed ballet from an elitist art form into a popular night out.Times, Sunday Times (2014)
He wishes more universities would become unashamedly elitist.Times, Sunday Times (2011)
The elitist system owes far more to successful networking.Times, Sunday Times (2013)
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British English: elitist ADJECTIVE
Elitist systems, practices, or ideas favour the most powerful, rich, or talented people within a group, place, or society.
The party leadership denounced the Bill as elitist.
British English: elitist NOUN
An elitist is someone who has elitist ideas or is part of an elite.
He was an elitist who had no time for the masses.
Translation of elitist from the Collins English to Hindi