aristocracy

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Englisch - Türkisch
soylular yönetimi
aristokrasi

Onlar bizim kasabamızda aristokrasi olarak kabul edilirler. - They are considered the aristocracy in our town.

Birçok devrimler, aristokrasiyi kaldırmayı amaçladı. - Many revolutions have aimed to abolish the aristocracy.

(Politika Siyaset) Âlimlerin ve cemiyette en iyilerin iktidarına dayanan hükümet şekli. Tarihte soylu, imtiyazlı, toprak sahibi, zenginlerin hâkimiyetine dayanan hükümet şekli. Bu şekli ile oligarşi veya plütokrasi adıyla da anılmaktadır. İmtiyazlı azınlığın, çoğunluğu idare etmesidir
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{i} soylular
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aristokratlık
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soylu yönetim
Englisch - Englisch
The nobility, or the hereditary ruling class
Government by such a class, or a state with such a government
A class of people considered (not normally universally) superior to others
a hereditary nobility
{n} a government by nobles or peers
The aristocracy is a class of people in some countries who have a high social rank and special titles. a member of the aristocracy. = nobility. aristocracies the people in the highest social class, who traditionally have a lot of land, money, and power. Originally, leadership by a small privileged class or a minority thought to be best qualified to lead. Plato and Aristotle considered aristocrats to be those who are morally and intellectually superior, and therefore fit to govern in the interests of the people. The term has come to mean the upper layer of a stratified group. Most aristocracies have been hereditary, and many European societies stratified their aristocratic classes by formally titling their members, thereby making the term roughly synonymous with nobility. See also oligarchy
Government by the best citizens
The cold shade of the aristocracy - i e the unsympathising patronage of the great The expression first occurs in Sir W F P Napier's History of the Peninsular War The word "aristocracy" is the Greek aristo-cratia (rule of the best-born)
a class of hereditary nobility in medieval Europe; a warrior class who shared a distinctive lifestyle based on the institution of knighthood, although there were social divisions within the group based on extremes of wealth
A form of government in which a minority rules under the law
the most powerful members of a society
a class of people who hold high social rank
The nobles or chief persons in a state; a privileged class or patrician order; (in a popular use) those who are regarded as superior to the rest of the community, as in rank, fortune, or intellect
a privileged class holding hereditary titles
Hereditary ruling class in ascriptive structured societies where social position is determined by birth
n governmnet by a small, priveleged hereditary class, drawn from the leading families of the state
government by a few with special privileges, ranks or positions; rule by an elite few who are above the general law; a group who by birth or position are "superior to everybody else" and who can make or apply laws to others but consider that they themselves are not affected by the laws
A form a government, in which the supreme power is vested in the principal persons of a state, or in a privileged order; an oligarchy
n   Government by the best men   In this sense the word
A ruling body composed of the best citizens
Political theory that advocates the rule of "the best" whom it identifies, generally, with a hereditary upper class Contrast: autocracy, democracy, oligarchy
{i} noble class, privileged class
Upper social class of noble rank, title, or birth, traditionally lands owners usually
bunyip aristocracy
A peerage (hypothetical or proposed) in Australia. The term is used scornfully for such a scheme
scion of aristocracy
offspring of the ruling class
aristocracies
plural of aristocracy
aristocracy
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