Definition of 'patronage'
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Moreover, Stella's place at Angel House, with the patronage of Rachel Esthart that went with it, made for envy. COFFIN ON THE WATER (2001)He was no longer the editor but she no longer needed his patronage. LEFT, RIGHT AND CENTRE (2001)
The patronage of the powerful could cut ten years of struggle off her climb to the top. PAINT THE WIND (2001)
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Translations for 'patronage'
British English: patronage NOUN
Patronage is the support and money given by someone to a person or a group such as a charity.
...government patronage of the arts.
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