A choice or select body; the flower; as, the élite of society.
(F), the select.
group of the most powerful, rich or talented people in society
A rare and powerful skill, of which each player can equip only one at any given time.
Elites are individuals of the highest fitness that are transported directly into the new population without mutation.
Select group, often characterized by superior political, economic, social or cultural skills, or power.
The economic designation for inventories of the wealthiest decedents which exceed in quantity and quality all the criteria of the "Aspiring" classification.
a group or class of persons enjoying superior intellectual or social or economic status
selected as the best; "an elect circle of artists"; "elite colleges"
a group of people who know, and say, that some things are better, are more worth getting to know and to love, than others
a group which is coherent and cohesive, on the one hand and which controls the bulk of the resources of the nation (or the planet, or any other frame of reference), on the other hand
a small self-selected group who place their interest to be above and superior to those outside the group
a social grouping of individuals who occupy similar advantaged command situations in the social distribution of authority and are linked to one another through demographic processes of circulation and interaction
A select group of people or class in society.
A rare type of skill, of which each player can have only one in the Skill Bar at any given time. Elite skills are acquired only by using Signet of Capture on boss monsters.
if you don't know what elite means or you say that you are elite, you are obviously NOT 3l33t. compare llama
Elite is a seminal space trading computer game, originally published by Acornsoft in 1984 for the BBC Micro and Acorn Electron computers. The game's title derives from one of the player's goals of raising their combat rating to the exalted heights of 'Elite'. It was written and developed by David Braben and Ian Bell, who had met while both were undergraduates at Jesus College, Cambridge.
Elite (also spelled Ã‰lite) is taken from the Latin, eligere, "to elect". In sociology as in general usage, the Ã©lite (the "elect," from French) is a relatively small dominant group within a larger society, which enjoys a privileged status which is upheld by individuals of lower social status within the structure of a group. When applied to an individual, as in the phrase "many elites come to this restaurant," the usage quite economically both refers to an individual within that class and establishes the speaker as non-elite.