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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
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technocrattech‧no‧crat /ˈteknəkræt/ noun [countable]  PGOa skilled scientist who has a lot of power in industry or government
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technocratAnd the stereotype of him as a technocrat without feeling is just not true, Juppe has protested.Of the authoritarian technocrats or the powerless intellectuals?He thus emerged as champion of the free market, appointing western-educated technocrats as ministers.The country is currently run by a banker, Lamberto Dini, who leads a nonpolitical government of technocrats.Between 1974 and 1981, therefore, Gaullist and Giscardian politicians fashioned the broadcasting policies that technocrats and broadcasters were to implement.In fact, the technocrats of land drainage are heirs to one of the oldest forms of organized local government.
From Longman Business Dictionarytechnocrattech‧no‧crat /ˈteknəkræt/ noun [countable] a highly skilled scientist who has a lot of power in industry or governmentThe liberalization of the economy has helped technocrats to start hundreds of new industries.technocratic adjectivea country run by a small technocratic elitea technocratic outlook
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