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Magnates

 

important feudal lords and the hereditary and rich aristocrats in certain countries of Europe, especially in feudal, serf-owning Poland and Hungary. In a figurative sense the word “magnate” is also used to designate the representatives of large-scale industrial and financial capital.

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Polish magnates who owned huge estates and enormous wealth frustrated all attempts to create a strong central government
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