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posh

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishposhposh1 /pɒʃ $ pɑːʃ/ ●○○ adjective informal  1 EXPENSIVEa posh restaurant, hotel, car etc is expensive and looks as if it is used or owned by rich people a posh private school2 British EnglishCLASS IN SOCIETY upper class Her parents are terribly posh.
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poshSome were like herself, some were from the suburbs and some sounded quite posh.My house wasn't posh, but it was clean and it was mine.a posh five-star hotelShe went to a posh girls' school in Switzerland.She goes to a posh girls' school near Brighton.I take the couch, an obligatory furnishing in hacker dens, even posh hacker dens like these at Xerox.When I'm famous I'm going to stay in a posh hotel and drink champagne all day.They split when he was in some really posh place, up the West End.It's been routed from a solid block of not very posh plywood.Will your posh university friends be coming tonight?
poshposh2 adverb British English informal   talk poshPoshPosh /pɒʃ $ pɑːʃ/   an informal name for the British pop singer Victoria Beckham, used especially in newspapers and magazines Becks
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