ニュースの中での Elite

コロケーションの例

elite badminton エリートバドミントン
elite group エリートグループ
elite level エリートレベル
political elite 政治エリート
ruling elite 支配エリート

出版物および例文

The Guardian
· Bayern end title race and reaffirm game's significance in strange times  
Very good (and Bürki has been one of his team’s outstanding players in the past two years), but not quite elite.
The Verge
· Facebook’s latest TikTok-inspired app is a music-making platform called Collab  
It has its own fast-growing culture, newly-minted celebrities, and the attention of Hollywood’s elite — just last week, Disney’s head of streaming, Kevin Myers, resigned to take a job as TikTok’s new CEO.
The Atlantic
· Israel’s Choice, Between Shame and Pride  
In a speech delivered outside the courthouse, he called on his supporters to take to the streets in protest against a judicial system he says is “controlled by the left and the media.” While senior ministers and Knesset members stood like wax dolls behind him, with masks covering their mouths, Netanyahu accused the police and prosecution of setting him up, claimed that the case against him is purely political, and declared that this was a struggle of the old liberal elite against the rule of the right.
The Independent
· Tennis action to return behind closed doors in Roehampton  
“I’m delighted to announce the next stage of elite tennis’ return to competing safely behind closed doors as part of a five-phase plan coordinated by UK Sport with Government.
The Age
· Private schools plan to get footy back as AFL clubs eye talent  
Victoria's elite private schools are hoping to have football back by late July, an outcome that could make school football a key for AFL clubs in assessing talent during the COVID-interrupted year.
The New York Times
· Binge Your Way Through 99 Days of Summer  
Try “Charlie’s Angels” (115 episodes) for a different kind of elite team, though the truly elite lineup of Kate Jackson, Jaclyn Smith and Farrah Fawcett lasted only one season.
The New York Times
· Why Aren’t Republicans Trying to Please Voters?  
The first is tribalism: Republican elites have encouraged their high-turnout voting base to see every election as an epic battle to save white Christian America from a socialist, secular, gun-seizing left, with right-wing media and surrogate groups like the N.R.A.
The New York Times
· The Amazon Will Soon Burn Again  
Many in Brazil’s elites accepted a Faustian bargain: So long as the government’s economic agenda remains friendly, they look the other way.
The New York Times
· China Forgets the Coronavirus. A Writer Explores Its Amnesia.  
Even the elite intellectuals enjoyed what they saw as a new openness in business and online.
The Guardian
· In Cummings' mind, clever people break the rules. The rest of us follow them  
Elites never believe the rules they have divined apply to themselves.