Definition of plutocratic in English:

plutocratic

adjective

  • See plutocracy

    • ‘Others married into the financial wealth of the City of London, allying the status of land with the new plutocratic wealth of finance.’
    • ‘And when we consider the nation's current plutocratic and imperial trajectory, the prospects grow even more dim.’
    • ‘England was the outstanding example in eighteenth-century Europe of a plutocratic society.’
    • ‘These plutocratic measures thus effected a redistribution of wealth, long before the emergence of socialism.’
    • ‘Democratic trade unions are more representative of society than the plutocratic command structures of private corporations.’

Pronunciation

plutocratic

/ˌplo͞odəˈkradik//ˌpludəˈkrædɪk/