English translation of 'अभिजात'
1. elite countable noun, adjective before noun
You can refer to the most powerful, rich, or talented people within a particular group or society as the elite. You can also talk about an elite group of people.
...Austria's intellectual elite.
2. elitist adjective
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.
The art world is totally elitist.
3. exclusive adjective
Something that is exclusive is available only to people who are rich.
...Britain's most exclusive club.
4. noble adjective, countable noun
If someone is noble or a noble, they belong to a high social class and have a title.
...rich and noble families.
5. titled adjective
Someone who is titled has a name such as 'Lord', 'Lady', 'Sir', or 'Princess' before their own name showing that they are a member of the aristocracy.
...a titled lady.
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Translation of अभिजात from the Collins Hindi to English Dictionary