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Definitions of grandee in various dictionaries:
noun - a nobleman of highest rank in Spain or Portugal
A nobleman of the highest rank in Spain or Portugal.
Used as the title for such a nobleman.
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|Possible Dictionary Clues|
|a Spanish or Portuguese nobleman of the highest rank.|
|a nobleman of highest rank in Spain or Portugal|
|an important person, especially in a particular job or area of public life|
|A Spanish or Portuguese nobleman of the highest rank.|
|A nobleman of the highest rank in Spain or Portugal.|
|Used as the title for such a nobleman.|
|A person of eminence or high rank.|
Grandee (; Spanish: Grande, Spanish: [ande]; Portuguese: Grande, Portuguese: [d]) is an official aristocratic title conferred on some Spanish nobility and, to a lesser extent, Portuguese nobility. Holders of this dignity enjoyed similar privileges to those of the peerage of France during the Ancien Régime, but unlike in Great Britain, they were not organised into political groupings. "Grandee of Spain" is the highest dignity of its kind in all of Europe, due to its privileges having been greater than those of other similar European dignities, such as the peers of France or the peers of Great Britain.In addition, the term can refer to other people of a somewhat comparable, exalted position, roughly synonymous with magnate; formerly a rank of high nobility (especially when it carried the right to a parliamentary seat). By extension, the term can refer informally to any important person of high status, particularly wealthy, landed long-time residents in a region.|
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