Definition of "zaibatsu" [zaibatsu]
- (noun) A powerful family-controlled commercial combine of Japan.
- (noun) A Japanese conglomerate or cartel.
- (noun) the group or combine comprising a few wealthy families that controls industry, business, and finance in Japan
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