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- magnate: see magnitude
- magnate (n.)
- mid-15c., "great man, noble, man of wealth," from Late Latin magnates, plural of magnas "great person, nobleman," from Latin magnus "great, large, big" (of size), "abundant" (of quantity), "great, considerable" (of value), "strong, powerful" (of force); of persons, "elder, aged," also, figuratively, "great, mighty, grand, important," from PIE *mag-no-, from root *meg- "great" (cognates: Sanskrit maha-, mahat- "great;" Greek megas, fem. megale "great, large;" Gothic mikils, Old English micel "great, big, many;" see mickle).
- 1. They've linked her with various men, including magnate Donald Trump.
- 2. A multimillionaire media magnate has shocked his employees with his candor by telling them all that he's putting his business affairs on hold to enter an alcoholism - counseling program.
- 3. The newspaper was owned by a famous publishing magnate.
- 4. She is a financial magnate .
- 5. That did not make him the top - paid auto magnate by any means.
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