Eurocrat etymology

English word Eurocrat comes from English bureaucrat (An official who is part of a bureaucracy.), English Euro-

Detailed word origin of Eurocrat

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
bureaucrat English (eng) An official who is part of a bureaucracy.
Euro- English (eng) Pertaining to Europe, especially as a political entity. Pertaining to the European Union.
Eurocrat English (eng) (slang, derogatory) An employee or minister of the European Union, typically working in Brussels or Strasbourg.

Words with the same origin as Eurocrat

Descendants of bureaucrat
businesscrat educrat femocrat
Descendants of Euro-
Eurobabble Eurobarometer Eurobill Eurocard Eurocentric Eurocheque Euroconnector Eurodisco Eurodominance Eurofag Eurogroup Euroimmigrant Eurojargon Euromanga Euromania Euromissile Euromutt Europhilia Europudding Euroregion Euroskeptic Eurostyle Eurotrance Eurowestern Eurozone