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Élite (comparative more Élite, superlative most Élite)

Positive
Élite

Comparative
more Élite

Superlative
most Élite

  1. Alternative spelling of elite.

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  • 2002: Clive Jones and Emma Murphy, Israel: Challenges to Identity, Democracy, and the State‎, page 27 (Routledge; ISBN 9780415270878)
    Ben-Gurion’s legacy has been an enduring one. The projection of a national consensus, the domination of the state over other political actors, and the hegemony exercised over decision-making by a largely Ashkanazim élite remain features of Israeli politics today.
  • 2009: Farhad Manjoo, Is Wikipedia a Victim of Its Own Success?, page 2 (TIME.COM, Monday Sep. 28, 2009)
    Over time, though, a class system emerged; now revisions made by infrequent contributors are much likelier to be undone by élite Wikipedians.

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Singular
Élite

Plural
Élites

Élite (plural Élites)
  1. Alternative spelling of elite.

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From élit old past participle of verb élire.

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élite

  1. élite

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Élite f. (plural Élites)

Singular
Élite f.

Plural
Élites f.

  1. elite

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