or pow·er bro·ker



a person who wields great political, governmental, or financial power.

Origin of powerbroker

An Americanism dating back to 1960–65; power + broker
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Related Words for power broker

fixer, kingmaker, latency, wire-puller

British Dictionary definitions for power broker

power broker


a person with power and influence, esp one who operates behind the scenes
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