English translation of अभिजात
अभिजातPowered by COBUILD /abhijata/
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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. ⇒ ...elite troops.
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