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 Übersetzung für 'nabob' von Englisch nach Deutsch
NOUN   a nabob | nabobs
SYNO nabob | nawab
econ.hist.
nabob
Nabob {m}
15
nabobsehr wohlhabender Geschäftsmann {m}
lit.F
A Nabob's Daughter [Janet Edmonds]
Aber, aber, Miss India
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  • Nabob {m} = nabob
  • Nabob {m} [reicher, muslimischer Geschäftsmann] = nawab [Ind.] [sl.]
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Anwendungsbeispiele Englisch
  • He was sometime Governor of Cossimbazar in India, being styled an English nabob by his peers.
  • 5 million pagodas (a pagoda was worth eight shillings) or about £600,000 (at that time) and was a classic example of a nabob.
  • William Halling (19 March 1744 - 12 April 1796), born Vitus Halling and after 1772 frequently referred to as Brigadér Halling, was a Danish nabob and landowner.
  • In 1683 Vincent returned to England aboard one of Thomas Pitt's ships to live in a princely style as a rich nabob.
  • Sir William was a nabob, a self-made man whose fortune was acquired in naval prize money and private commerce from his service with the British East India Company, of which he later became a director.

  • His death triggered a by-election which was contested by the Scottish Tory nabob James Balfour and the Whig baronet Sir Francis Blake. It was narrowly won by Blake.
  • ... 1775 – 19 April 1845) was a Scottish nabob who became a landowner and politician.
  • A wealthy nabob Sir Matthew Mite returns to England from India and tries to buy his way into high society.
  • John Hunter (1724 – 16 December 1802) was a British 'nabob' who became wealthy as a result of trading with India, and subsequently went into politics as deputy chairman of the East India Company and as Member of Parliament (MP) for Leominster.
  • Another postwar commission was at Daylesford House, the house built by S.P. Cockerell for the Indian nabob Warren Hastings.

  • The khanate of Khiva considered Karakalpakia to be a nabob and was constantly imposed duties on its people.
  • Basil Cochrane (22 April 1753 – 12 or 14 August 1826 in Paris, France) was a Scottish civil servant, businessman, inventor, and wealthy nabob of early-19th-century England.
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