[nep-muh n] /ˈnɛp mən/
noun, plural nepmen.
(in the Soviet Union) a person who engaged briefly in private enterprise during the New Economic Policy of the 1920s.
[nee-pos, nep-os] /ˈni pɒs, ˈnɛp ɒs/ noun 1. Cornelius, 99?–24? b.c, Roman biographer and historian. /ˈniːpɒs/ noun 1. Cornelius. ?100–?25 bc, Roman historian and biographer; author of De Viris illustribus
[nep-uh-tiz-uh m] /ˈnɛp əˌtɪz əm/ noun 1. patronage bestowed or favoritism shown on the basis of family relationship, as in business and politics: She was accused of nepotism when she made her nephew an officer of the firm. /ˈnɛpəˌtɪzəm/ noun 1. favouritism shown to relatives or close friends by those with power or influence n. […]
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[nep-toon, -tyoon] /ˈnɛp tun, -tyun/ noun 1. any whelk of the genus Neptunea, especially N. decemcostata, common along the eastern coast of North America and having a shell with seven to ten raised reddish-brown spiral ridges on a pale beige or yellow background. [nep-toon, -tyoon] /ˈnɛp tun, -tyun/ noun 1. the ancient Roman god of […]