triumvirate

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From Latin triumvīrātus, from triumviri (triumvirs) + -atus (-ate).

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IPA(key): /tɹaɪ.ˈʌm.vəɹ.ɪt/

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triumvirate (plural triumvirates)

  1. An official group of three people, especially a ruling council of three men and particularly (historical) two such councils in Roman history.

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