Definition of 'patron'
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All other arts in the world have their patron saint, only calligraphy has a patron demon. THE CALLIGRAPHER (2003)He'll emerge as his Chief of Staff's benevolent patron if all goes right -- assuming he survives. IN LOVE AND WAR (2003)Someone at the Yard had recommended the Agence St Hubert: well, Hubert was the patron saint of hunters, an auspicious start. MOONDROP TO MURDER (2003)
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Translations for 'patron'
British English: patron NOUN
A patron is a person who supports and gives money to artists, writers, or musicians.
She was a patron of the arts and sciences.
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